Human Trafficking Month

Join The Salvation Army of Southern New England for a

one day training to participate in street outreach!

What is human trafficking?

The illegal sale of human beings using force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of sexual exploitation and/or forced labor. It is prevalent in all 50 states and many countries around the world.

What is The Salvation Army’s role?

The Salvation Army of Southern New England is designing an anti-human trafficking program to combat human trafficking and support survivors in Connecticut through street outreach, ministry, and a task force.

What will the training consist of?

The training is an informational day on human trafficking on a global and local scale, how to recognize trafficking, and how to join The Salvation Army’s street outreach. It is mandatory for those interested in participating in outreach.


Dates and locations of Training

Date and Time

February 6th, 2016

9:00am - 12:00pm


Salvation Army Waterbury Corps

74 Central Ave.

Waterbury, CT 06702


Krystal Ambrozaitis, Anti-Human Trafficking Coordinator

The Salvation Army Southern New England Division


Phone: 860.702.0082

Click here to learn more about The Salvation Army's Role on Human Trafficking prevention