Interface staff (pictured in Oxnard, Camarillo and Thousand Oaks), donned blue in recognition of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month for #WearBlueDay. Team members have been very busy hosting the kick-off of the Ventura County Human Trafficking Task Force, collaborating with partners to have January proclaimed as Human Trafficking Awareness Month by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, providing workplace trainings throughout the county, and of course, providing direct services to victims. To find out more, please visit Interface’s human trafficking program page by clicking here!

It’s not too late, make any day #WearBlueDay! Print out your own sign and tag us on Facebook or Instagram!


Human Trafficking Task Force Featured in the VC Reporter! Click the picture below to read the article!

A meeting of the Ventura County Human Trafficking Task Force Leadership Advisory Committee took place on January 10 at Interface’s Camarillo offices. Pictured from left to right: Kathryn Torres, detective with Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, Christan Perez, program manager at Interface Children and Family Services, Nicholle Gonzalez-Seitz, program director with Interface, Erik Sternad, executive director at Interface, Bill Ayub, sheriff, VCSO, Nick Odenath, detective, VCSO, Jacqui Irwin, California Assemblymember.

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