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:
Our guest speakers will be
of the Colorado Governor's Council on Human Trafficking who will give a
brief update from the Council
who will give a presentation representing a relatively new
that helps bring residential opportunities to the homeless
those vulnerable to homelessness.
2nd Tuesday of each month
First United Methodist Church
410 N. Nevada
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Use Boulder St. Entrance.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Cindy Smallidge was born in Cripple Creek, Colorado. At a young age she
moved to Colorado Springs due to her father receiving a job with the
Colorado Springs Fire Department. Cindy graduated from Coronado High
School, got married and began raising children shortly thereafter.
After Cindy's children graduated she became active in a food
ministry through her local church. In 2008 she began volunteering for the
Marian House in downtown Colorado Springs. Cindy's passion for people
continued to grow and in July of 2015 she and two other friends started
the grass roots organization known as Peoples Access To Homes (PATH).
PATH saw the need for more affordable housing and the lack of knowledge
city wide on this matter. PATH has put together an education tool that
will allow for more awareness of the crisis that many families are
experiencing today in Colorado Springs.
International Women's Day
Colorado Springs Celebration
9am Check-in; 9:30am Brunch; 10am-noon Program
Saturday Morning, March 4, 2017
Women Empowered by STE@M
The Pinery at the Hill
775 West Bijou Street
Colorado Springs, CO
$30 registration; $10 students
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