January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

PCCAHT comes together every January and asks that every municipality across the county declare January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The coalition members successfully got to EVERY municipality this year AND the county. Take a look …

Pictured from left is Chief Chauncey Congleton, Pitt County Sheriff’s Office; D’Nise Williams Braswell, child trauma advocate with Greenville Police Department; Minerva Freeman, community member; Pam Strickland, founder of NC Stop Human Trafficking; and Pitt County Sheriff Paula Dance.
Pictured from left is Melinda Sampson, community outreach coordinator for NC Stop Human Trafficking; Juliana Mariani, Project FIGHT case manager; Pam Strickland, founder of NC Stop Human Trafficking; Maria Pinto, Center For Family Violence Prevention victim advocate; and Keith Letchworth with Trillium Health Services.
Founder of NC Stop Human Trafficking accepts a proclamation from the town of Grimesland,
NC Stop Human Trafficking Community Outreach Coordinator Melinda Sampson accepts the Farmville proclamation from Mayor Bobby Evans.
Students Against Destructive Decisions student accepts the proclamation from the mayor of Winterville.
NC Stop Human Trafficking Community Outreach Coordinator accepts the proclamation from the Village of Simpson mayor.
NC Stop Human Trafficking Community Outreach Coordinator Melinda Sampson accepts the proclamation from the mayor of Grifton.
Pitt County Sheriff Paula Dance accepts the proclamation from the mayor of Bethel.
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