Heartbeat of Hardin County and Safe Haven of Hardin County are coming together to help youth in grades 7th through 12th and their parents to learn more about how not to be a victim of sex trafficking.
It is happening in Hardin County and this program is designed to help families learn more and hopefully avoid being groomed and to see warning signs.
“Anyone working with youth is welcome to attend.” said Julie Zaring, Executive Director of Heartbeat, “Deb and I have such a desire to help everyone understand about sex trafficking and sextortion.”
The Priceless Movie Event will be on Saturday, Nov 9th from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at Heartbeat of Hardin County, 220 E Franklin St., Kenton, Ohio 43326. This event is free.
The event will start with registration from 5:30-6:00 pm. There will be activities during registration time along with a light supper and appetizers, thanks to a grant from the Hardin County Community Foundation.
During the event everyone will receive valuable information, gifts, and will get to see the movie “Priceless”. The movie is rated PG13. Younger youth are able to attend with an adult, but may want to leave before the movie.
“This program is such a good way for parents or mentors to start the conversation about sex trafficking with their kids.” said Deb Oestreich, Program Coordinator for Save Haven.
Both ladies are also available to come and talk to your group and or present this program to youth groups, parent groups, business, etc.
Registration for the Priceless Movie Event is requested by Nov. 1st by either calling Heartbeat at 419-674-4716, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or clicking on the registration form on the Heartbeat Facebook page.