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This is exciting, folks!
A few years ago it was a whisper, a horrifying thought that was hard to say out loud, that our children are being watched in our communities, taken and exploited. Now we know that Georgia, especially in the metro Atlanta area, is one of the worst locations for children to fall into predators’ hands and to become victims of trafficking.
This Amendment pushes us into a new era where we are not only talking about and addressing the problem, we are helping victims recover. That is an astounding movement and you are needed!
Join the Safe Harbor community and invite everyone you know to vote YES on November 8th. Beyond this bill and this fund, there is much more we can do, so please send me a note and we can talk about what is next in terms of intervention, helping families become more stable and less likely to lose children, and how addressing mental health needs and addiction can also curb this major societal problem.
Thank you for your attention on this key bill!
Follow and learn from the various organizations involved in getting this legislation passed, who do the very hard, endless work of rescuing victims and helping them recover and return to healthy lives. This includes public awareness, advocacy and engagement with healthcare providers, educators, law enforcement and our courts. Just look for #SafeHarborYES on social media.
Street Grace / Youth Spark / WellSpring Living / Out of Darkness / Georgia Cares / King’s Treasure Box Ministries / Tapestri / US CLAWS / Georgia Center for Child Advocacy / Georgia Voices for Children / Voice Today / My Advocate Center, and more to be added soon. It’s an amazing and large village.