Community Partnership Chat: Verizon + youthSpark
In a Community Partnership Chat, Verizon’s Michelle Arrington and Jennifer Swain, Executive Director of youthSpark, discussed how youthSpark’s innovative programs provide cutting edge services, education, and advocacy to combat youth trafficking, exploitation, and abuse. Specifically, they discussed how youthSpark has been able to transition their mission to not only understand the gaps and needs of youth who have been exploited, but also how to create a world where we hold adults accountable while preventing other children from abuse.
Watch a recording of the chat!
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“Stephanie”, 16 years old
Stephanie was referred to Voices by her probation officer, after a long history of reportedly running away.
“Nicole”, 15 years old
Nicole was referred to youthSpark’s Youth Services Center in May 2018.