In the Media: Diamondback News Reports "Alpha Sigma Phi Helps Eight Greek Organizations Become Safe Haven Certified"
University of Maryland's Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity was the first Greek organization in the United States to become a certified Safe Haven, an organization trained in human trafficking awareness and response.
Published on 13/04/2016
In the Media: ChicoER News Reports: West Coast Fraternity Becomes the First Safe Haven for Anti-human Trafficking Efforts
According to ChicoER News, Chico State University fraternity--Alpha Sigma Phi--became the first Greek organization on the West Coast to join anti-human trafficking efforts through becoming a Safe Haven on December 5, 2015.
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By Gail Hambleton, National Director of the Safe Haven Campaign
Published on 22/05/2015
News: Fraternities and Sororities Join Community and Faith-based Efforts to Combat Trafficking in U.S.
The University of Maryland chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi gained official recognition as a ‘Safe Haven’ at a ceremony on February 8, 2015, becoming the nation’s first fraternity trained to combat human trafficking through an “awareness is prevention” approach.
Published on 04/05/2015
Holding up a Study Series workbook at a Lutheran Synodical Convention on April 11, 2015, Rev. Dr. Charles H.
Published on 20/04/2015
The Towson University Student Government Association (SGA) has gained official recognition as a “Safe Haven,” part of a national grassroots movement to expose human trafficking in local communities.
Published on 25/03/2015
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Published on 13/03/2015
News: Human Trafficking Forum Cites Growing Threat to U.S. Youth and Efforts to Build Comprehensive Responses
Chicago forum includes experts from government, law enforcement, and faith-based social services
Published on 10/03/2015