REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
11:30 A.M. ON DECEMBER 8, 2020
Michele Sanz, Crime Victim Practitioner with CILO
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)
During this Human Trafficking presentation, we will be covering the different types of human trafficking that exist here in the US, the signs that someone might be a victim of trafficking, the barriers that victims face after escaping trafficking, including finding employment, and more.
There will be a short anonymous online survey at the end of the presentation for participants to complete.
Michele Sanz is a Crime Victim Practitioner specializing in victims with disabilities with the Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc. in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of North Florida, where she volunteered with numerous charities, such as the Special Olympics and fundraisers for Breast Cancer. Michele interned with the State Attorney's office as a Victim Advocate with the Domestic Violence unit. In her current role, she facilitates outreach, educational trainings and presentations in the community with various groups and agencies.
The Coalition for Independent Living Options (CILO) is a nonprofit organization that works with people with disabilities to assist them in finding the resources they need within the community to stay independent. We provide services to people with disabilities related to trauma, anxiety, PTSD, mental/emotional health, physical/medical health, sensory disabilities, learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, cognitive disabilities, and developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome, autism, and intellectual disabilities. CILO also offers a variety of free services from victim advocacy, educational advocacy, summer camps, independent living skills and more.