Restore One’s Anchor House, in Greenville, SC, will soon open as the country’s first sex trafficking safe house for male victims. According to WIAT.com, the safe house will finish construction in November and will be open for assist victims in the springtime. While the surrounding community has voice opposition to the safe house in general and its location in particular, Restore One has persevered. Due to the negative publicity associated with the safe house, the property is now surrounded by new fencing, and security cameras have been installed in order to thwart potential vandals.
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- 18http://www.bcatpa.org/event/bcat-meeting-april-18/5:30 pm-7:00 pm04/18/2018NOVA Jamison Office2370 York Road, Jamison, PA, United States
BCAT General Meeting – 5:30 pm at NOVA’s main office in Jamison (2370 York Road, Suite B1, Jamison, PA 18929). All are welcome.
The meeting will feature Renée Calhoun, Program Director for SOAR, an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility. Renée is a member of BCAT’s Victim Focus subcommittee and will present on substance abuse issues, including the opiate epidemic, with a focus on the intersection of drug use and human trafficking.
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