How Catholic Sisters Help Survivors Thrive!

Human trafficking is a $150 billion business. As a member of Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking, the Dominican Sisters of Springfield are part of a global network working to end this dehumanizing criminal enterprise. In this webinar you will hear from Sister Kathlyn Mulcahy, a Springfield Dominican Sister and director of Bethany House, a Chicago shelter for young women and children who are in the process of seeking asylum. Many of them are survivors of trafficking. You will also hear the inspiring stories of two women who survived trafficking and are now thriving and helping others to do the same.

Here are some additional resources and the services offered by USCSAHT:

1) Survivor Services: https://sistersagainsttrafficking.org/survivor-services

2) Education Module on the Human Trafficking and the Objectification of Women: https://www.sistersagainsttrafficking.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/USCSAHT-HT-and-the-Objectification-of-Women-module.pdf

3) Click here to become a Member of USCSAHT: https://sistersagainsttrafficking.org/become-a-member/

4) Help us continue to serve survivors of human trafficking through our houses, scholarship program by making a donation. https://sistersagainsttrafficking.salsalabs.org/USCSAHTWebsiteDonationForm/index.html

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