Caring for Survivors of Human Trafficking:
Using spiritual care to build relationships with the most vulnerable in our community.
Thursday, February 14, 6:00 p.m., room 201
All interested members and friends are invited to join our Community of Hope lay chaplains in a conversation with Kimberly Williams, the Human Trafficking Program Coordinator at CHI St. Luke’s Health. Human Trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. Perpetrators use force, fraud and coercion to manipulate and entangle victims. This type of treatment causes lasting trauma and fear. The presentation will include an overview of human trafficking and the ‘red flags’ we should all be aware of. We will also discuss how fear, shame and grief affect a survivor’s spiritually, and how showing love can support victims in their darkest moments.
Kimberly is a driven advocate with a wealth of experience caring for individual in vulnerable situations. She facilitates training and collaborates with community partners to provide leadership in the Texas region.