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Internet SAftey for Children

Keeping our Children Safe

These sessions are being held in January as part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month. We know many excellent ways that the internet is used for social networking, education, information and commercial transactions. The internet is also used for exploited purposes and is one of the greatest facilitators of human trafficking. These sessions are to provide information to adults on how to assist the children in their lives to use the internet safely.

Internet Safety 1 2012

An informational session for adults on how children can safely use the internet If you plan to attend one of these informational sessions, please RSVP to Sister Caritas Foster at caritas@sbcglobal.net or P. O. Box 3248, Fremont, CA 94539 and indicate which session you will attend. This session will be repeated in the following locations.

Sessions are 7:00—8:30 p.m.

January 18, 2012
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
1315 Lomitas Avenue
Livermore, CA
Contact: Julie Gallagher
925-447-4549 ext. 114
upcatholic@aol.com

January 24, 2012
Washington Hospital
2500 Mowry Avenue
Fremont, CA
Conrad E. Anderson Auditorium
Rooms A & B
Contact: Elaine Sanchez, SHF
510-624-4512
shfems@sbcglobal.net

January 25, 2012
Bethany Lutheran Church
1095 Cloud Avenue
Menlo Park, CA
(in the Family Center)
Contact: Catherine Carlton
650-926-9446
cc@catnbob.com

January 31, 2012

Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
1827 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Oakland, CA
Contact: Administrative Office
510-452-0803
Info@gspbc.org

These sessions are being held in January as part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month. We know many excellent ways that the internet is used for social networking, education, information and commercial transactions. The internet is also used for exploited purposes and is one of the greatest facilitators of human trafficking. These sessions are to provide information to adults on how to assist the children in their lives to use the internet safely.

This project is supported in part by Grant No. 90ZV0092 awarded by the Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking Regional Program, Anti-Trafficking In Persons Division, Office of Refugee Resettlement/ACF, Department of Health and Human Services. The contents of this document are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS. 

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