Community Reach Center of Adams County has invested in a training program for staff to help them recognize the signs that a person may be in a human trafficking situation.
According to an article in the Westminster Window, this is the "first successful program in the country, sponsored by the federal National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center, a part of the Department of Health an Human Services."
Mary Landerholm, a counselor at Community Reach Center, helped draft the training program. Once a victim of human trafficking, she is now using this training program to help save the lives of others.
Read about this incredible new training program HERE.