LAC- Family, Children, Community Advisory Council (LAC-FCCAC)
Invites You to a Zoom Training on
Presenter: Ms. Adela Estrada
Los Angeles County-Department of Children & Family Services
CSEC Program Administrator; Bureau of Specialized Response Services
1. Participants will be able to identify two risk factors that impact children and young people who may be sexually exploited or trafficked.
2. Participants will be able to identify prevention methods that aid in responding to minors who could become sexually exploited or trafficked.
Registration: Please use the link provided to register via Zoom.
LAC-Family, Children, Community Advisory Council (LAC-FCCAC). is one of 12 Child Abuse Prevention Community Councils for Los Angeles County. All 12 of the Councils are independently operated and supported by volunteers. Each Council represents either an area, cultural, or ethnic group in Los Angeles County. LAC-FCCAC represents the African American community.
It is our belief that every child shall have the opportunity to reside in a non-violent home with knowledgeable, understanding, and loving parents or guardians absent any classification of child or family violence to interrupt their development.
Join Free to Thrive on June 21st from 5:00 – 9:00 pm at Second Chance Beer Co. Carmel Mountain for beer, food, a raffle, and a brief program in support of human trafficking survivors.
All funds raised will support our programs and services serving survivors.
Early Bird Pricing: Ends May 21
General Admission $39
Government/Nonprofit Employees $29
Pre-Sale: Starting May 22nd
General Admission $49
Government/Nonprofit Employees $39
Tickets at the Door: If available
General Admission $59
Government/Nonprofit Employees $49
With your contribution, you’ll be a part of something greater. You’ll help survivors gain access to safe housing, stable employment, education and financial empowerment. In partnership with Free to Thrive, you’ll have a role in empowering survivors towards a life after exploitation.
Youth for Human Rights International will hold its 17th International Human Rights Youth Summit on July 6th & 7th 2023 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, followed by a Multicultural Human Rights Celebration on July 8th in Harlem, New York. We are calling on young people to represent their countries as part of the Summit's Youth Program, as well as inviting attendees from all walks of life who are passionate about the importance of human rights education.
Join officials and advocates from around the world who work for equality and justice through human rights education. Hear from youth and adult human rights champions. Collaborate with other passionate young men and women to make human rights a global reality. Establish international partnerships and friendships with delegates from more than 60 countries across the planet who share your commitment to human rights.
Early registration is recommended so your application can be processed. If you have started but not completed your registration, please do so now. For security reasons, access to the United Nations is granted only to fully registered participants for the Summit.
The registration fee will guarantee you entrance to the United Nations, Letter of Invitation for VISA requirement for the 2023 Summit meetings or events. The fees are non-refundable.
Saving Innocence supports commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) and families, providing them with a range of services to ensure that each child and family has the opportunity to grow and develop within a safe, healthy, and secure environment.
In response to the growing epidemic of sex trafficking in Los Angeles, Saving Innocence has developed multiple programs that focus on supporting children through resource family care, advocacy, crisis case management, training/ education and psychoeducational groups.
Foster Care Informational Meetings held via Zoom at 6pm on the first Wednesday of each month.
Moana is committed to helping bring justice against her traffickers and helping to liberate child victims who she indicates are currently being trafficked and exploited by this ring. She is voluntarily providing ARC with vital information including perpetrators’ names, locations, vehicles, trafficking motels, photos, criminal history and her own witness testimony to help launch the investigation. I am in contact with the Homeland Security Human Trafficking Victim Specialist in the jurisdiction where this trafficking ring has been operating for many years. We expect this investigation will take several weeks since much research must be done to authenticate and collect supporting evidence.
There are many risk factors for Moana. I am continuing to provide support and advocacy, particularly in finding safe housing and stable employment for her as well as resources for personal recovery and mental health.
For more info, please click here.
"26 Seconds" is a dramatic documentary episodic miniseries that peers behind an evil shadowy curtain of this rampant global plague. It takes audiences from the neon underground in Thailand to the dusty refugee camps of Iraq; from the glitz and glam of Las Vegas to across the border in Tijuana; from the sunny streets of Southern California to the slums of New Delhi, Phnom Penh and East Africa. The 26 Seconds pilot is currently available on the online platforms listed below. Creating Awareness & a Call to Action in 68 English Speaking countries and over 120 countries overall.
We have created a new funding campaign to complete the 26 Seconds Feature Documentary needed more now than ever. Please help us to continue to Create Awareness and a Call to Action during this difficult time of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Traffickers still want to make their money and are sending children and young women to work on the streets and/or solicit and sell sex online to service men, who may or may not test positive for the coronavirus. This horrific reality needs to be acknowledged and we ALL need to offer resources to victims from the sex trade. We ALL have different gifts and resources and I will do my part through media with the 26 Seconds Feature Documentary. Please help raise funding to complete post-production here.
Watch Unseen in Theaters Today
Inspired by true events in Utah, Unseen is about a teenage girl’s innocent social media mistake. Carly, 17, like most teenagers, want to have her own money, be seen at parties, get out of her small town and find something better, even become famous. Carly’s way out of her current situation comes in the form of a social media avert that she sees on her phone. An agency looking for models and offering them a prize of $1,000. Due to some everyday white lies, Carly puts herself in an unsafe position. Carly’s lies lead to her being unseen, never to be seen again. The next day when family and friends realize that no-one knows Carly’s whereabouts, it’s too late. This is “fame lure” and can happen to any child, anywhere at any time.
Watch exclusive interviews with the cast of Unseen here.
See theaters showing Unseen here.
Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force Quarterly Meeting
9:30am to 11:30am
Center for Healthy Communities, Yosemite Room B
1000 N. Alameda Street in Los Angeles
Please join us in the next LARHTTF Quarterly Meeting with updates on the task force, the subcommittees and for the chance to network, share resources and consult with the different stakeholders. Parking is free. Please bring brochures and other resources to share! For more information, please email email@example.com