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Watch Executive Director Erik Sternad's interview with ABC7 and international security expert, Tony Schiena, on human trafficking in our community.

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Thank you for coming out of the rain on Sunday for a gathering of community members all committed to reducing the rate of domestic violence in our special region. YOU are the reason that victims are willing to say something and come forward because they have access to safe shelter and advocates on-call 24 hours a day to help them awaken and heal from the nightmare and trauma associated with domestic violence and human trafficking.



Together, you helped us meet our live auction goal of $25,000. Because of your generosity, the new human trafficking shelter will have a security system and Safe Haven will be more comfortable and welcoming.

Love is Brewing in Tuscany 2017 Event Photos

For more event information please contact Katie Tuttle at (805) 485-6114, Ext. 683 or e-mail: ktuttle@icfs.org