Purpose: #saveGCkids is a movement started by GCHD to help build awareness of threats facing children and teenagers in today's society.
Examples of threats include: human trafficking/sexual abuse and drug abuse.
Mission: Educate. Prevent. Repeat.
What is human trafficking?
According to the Kentucky Department of Education, human trafficking is the exploitation of another individual for labor and/or commercial sex though the use of fraud, force, or coercion, making it modern day slavery. Kentucky passed the Human Trafficking Victims Rights Act in 2013, which includes the “safe harbor” component that is aimed at protecting the youngest victims from prosecution and by mandating services for their recovery.
Support #SaveGCKids 2020-2021
Businesses located in Grayson County can join the movement by:
Train staff regarding human trafficking
Display information on how to report human trafficking within the business
Sign a pledge to report suspicious behavior to authorities
Display the #SaveGCKids vinyl sticker on a window/door for people to see
To become a supporter, email us today. You can call us at 270-259-3141, too.
INDIVIDUAL VICTIMS & SURVIVORS CONTACTING THE TRAFFICKING HOTLINE