Human Trafficking Prevention Training

March 23, 2014

Human Trafficking involves exploiting people for labor or sex under conditions of force, fraud, or coercion as well as the commercial sexual exploitation of minors.

Human trafficking is a growing problem in the U.S., where most victims are youth and young adults.

Over 100,000 American-born youth are trafficked in our country today.

The Network Against Human Trafficking ( invites youth, parents, teachers, and all community members and professionals to a half-day training on this issue, in an effort to make all Iowa communities trafficking-free zones.

First United Methodist Church, 516 Kellogg Ave, Ames. Sat, April 5, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Lunch served by United Methodist Women (freewill donation). 

RSVP to Teresa Downing:, with your name and the names and email addresses of those you plan to bring along, or call the church office,515-232-2750, email: