Human Trafficking Awareness Is Brought To Monroe County

By Theresa Flerx

In bringing Human Trafficking Awareness to Monroe County, the Family Refuge Center, Department of Health and Human Resources, and county prosecutor informed the public that this "ugly" situation isn't just happening in foreign countries and large cities -- "It's here."

"It [happens] everywhere, all over the world, country, and even in tiny areas like ours," said Julia McCoy, victim advocate for FRC's Monroe County Outreach, before he screening of "Nefarious: Merchants of Souls" at the library in Union on Tuesday, January 23.

Read more in the Friday, January 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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