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Human Trafficking and Disabilities

  • Middlesex County Fire Academy 1001 Fire Academy Drive Sayreville, NJ, 08872 United States (map)

People with intellectual disabilities and deaf individuals are especially vulnerable to human trafficking. Learn more about this, and discuss with our panelists how this issue can be addressed. 

Presenters and Panelists:

Jessica Oppenheim, Esq. - Director, Criminal Justice Advocacy Program, The Arc of New Jersey

Danielle S. Buckley, Esq. - Chief Assistant Prosector, Special Victims Unit, Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office

Jeffrey W. Anthony - Community Service Worker, Middlesex County Center for Empowerment

Monica Kristen - Program Supervisor, Dreamcatcher Program

Optional: ARRIVE EARLY - BETWEEN 9AM AND 10AM - FOR COFFEE AND MUFFINS 

FREE TO ATTEND - REGISTRATION REQUIRED

THIS EVENT WILL BE LIVE STREAMED ON FACEBOOK - AND RECORDED FOR PLAYBACK ON FACEBOOK. THE RECORDING WILL HAVE CAPTIONING ADDED.

FACEBOOK: @NJHUMANTRAFFICKING

We are collecting gift cards for survivors (small denominations for any food or beverage outlet or major retailer). Please consider bringing gift cards to enable survivors to get a warm drink or meal, or warm clothing this winter.

If it is difficult for anyone to register online, we will also take registrations via voicemail at: 201 - 903 - 2111

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Later Event: November 16
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