Safe house for victims in Connecticut
Training for law enforcement, criminal justice, and first-responder / emergency medical professionals in order to recognize and respond to domestic violence and trafficking victims as well as the relationship between the two crimes.
Recognize that victims of trafficking are in fact a commercial subset of domestic violence victims. This may necessitate amending Connecticut’s statute to include language pertaining to trafficking, for example:
“And persons who are involved in commercial exploitation, either for labor or sexual practices and are living together or dependent on the abuser for basic necessities of survival.”
We are available for questions now or at anytime in the future.
Thank you for you time and consideration.
Phone: 860-760-0370 Toll Free: 877-417-2504 Fax: 860-339-5065 P.O. Box 498, Old Saybrook, CT, 06475-0498 USA
Raymond Bechard: Ray@AhavaKids.org
Erin Albright: email@example.com