Vision: To end human trafficking, thereby reducing suffering and making
our community safer.
The mission of the Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado is
to build a collaboration of organizations and individuals to reduce
human suffering caused by human trafficking, through advocacy,
awareness, rehabilitation, and services for survivors.
Human Trafficking Task Force meetings are:
2nd Tuesday of each month
First United Methodist Church
410 N. Nevada
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Use Boulder St. Entrance.
Tuesday, July 11, 2016
Our guest speaker will be
In 2014, Heidi launched the non-profit Moms Fight Back, a community
nearly 40,000 powerful and passionate Colorado moms who are banding
together, online and in their neighborhoods, to tackle the most pressing
issues facing kids today.
Moms Fight Back is currently focusing efforts on four vital
sexual assault, school safety, family court reform and the impact of
marijuana on youth. Through targeted project work, MFB addresses each
issue in the context of how it impacts a child's life at home, at school
as well as in the legislative and judicial systems.
Moms Fight Back is committed to building a community of 100,000
moms by 2018 with the belief that it is paramount to give moms the
opportunity, and forum, to learn and discuss how legislators, community
leaders, and local non-profits can come together to best support Colorado
moms as they care for their families.
Moms Fight Back is currently hosting The
Colorado Moms Tour, a series of
free, live public discussions, held throughout Colorado. At each tour stop
a panel of experts and community leaders educate and answer questions on
the topics moms are most concerned about; issues like school safety,
sexual assault, substance abuse, teen suicide, internet safety, bullying,
Moms Fight Back can be found online at www.momsfightback.org
as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
Our meetings are open to organizations and individuals
who are interested in stopping Modern Day Slavery,
especially in our community.
We are a 501 C 3 organization as recognized by the IRS.
Roger Patrizio, Chairman
Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado