CVJC and the Center For Community Transformation are partnering with the Fresno Police Department to develop a volunteer team to take hard copy files of Massage Parlor permits for owners and workers and digitize them so the data can be searched. This will free up a detective to do actual checks on massage parlors to be sure they are not fronts for labor or sex trafficking. They need volunteers to be available for two hours on Monday mornings. Times to be worked out with the volunteers.
If you are interested, please contact the FPU Center For Community Transformation at 559-453-2366.
Welcome to The Central Valley Justice Coalition website! Thank you for visiting.
The mission of CVJC is to empower the church and community to bring holistic and lasting change in the lives of those impacted by human trafficking.
Currently, the leadership of CVJCis in the midst of a season of prayer and evaluation of our organization and community. We are partnering with others in efforts to end modern day slavery and are doing limited work directly with survivors of human trafficking in the Valley during this time.
We encourage you to connect with our partners, who are also hard at work in outreach, survivors support, prevention, and other efforts. Please visit our info page titled Local Organizations for more information on each group. Also, see Local Opportunities to explore ways you can get involved locally.
We also welcome you to explore and use our online resources.
CVJC is providing limited resources, referrals and consultations during this time. Contact us at 559-725-1865 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in ending human trafficking in the Central Valley, and may God bless, challenge, and equip you as you move forward.
Central Valley Justice Coalition is pleased to present Freedom Week 2012!
We have the privilege of partnering with co-sponsors, Central Valley Freedom Coalition, Faith.Hope.Love, EOC Sanctuary, and We Are One for this unique week to empower the community to end slavery.
During Freedom Week, we will have opportunities to gain knowledge and a greater understanding of the issue of human trafficking specifically in our own community, join with other in seeking God’s heart, and not only learn how we can join together to bring holistic and lasting change in the lives of those impacted by human trafficking and our community so that human trafficking can no longer exist, but have opportunities to take action.
We are partnering with organizations that are part of the fight in their respective fields. We are also seeking to build partnerships with churches and groups in planning and participating in Freedom Week and beyond. And we also want to partner with you, community members in the Central Valley.
We invite you to join in, tell others, and seek God’s heart together with us in how He wants to change us, our community, and the lives of others so that slavery no more will exist in the Central valley.
Go to the Freedom Week Website for more information.
We have a volunteer meeting on Tuesday, January 10, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. at Fresno First Baptist. Follow the link for more info.