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Author: Jessica Carter

April 09, 2020

Human Trafficking


Serving survivors of human trafficking is new. So new, that despite an abundance of funding being allocated for organizations to “help” and “stop” human trafficking, there isn’t much out there other than training, and the training is usually about safety and housing issues (which are highly necessary).

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August 08, 2019

Informal Networks Forming To Address W.V’s Sex Trafficking Problem


As most of us are aware, human trafficking is on the rise in West Virginia and appears to have a direct correlation to the opioid epidemic. It has become one of the largest criminal enterprises in the world and continues to grow. In West Virginia, although still underreported, more cases are appearing of families trafficking their own children for drugs and money.

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