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  • Video tour of Tacoma's new drop-in center for victims of human trafficking

    Carlyn Sampson, program coordinator and community advocate for Yes to Hope!, an organization that provides services to victims of sexual trafficking, gives a tour of the program's new drop-in center.

Carlyn Sampson, program coordinator and community advocate for Yes to Hope!, an organization that provides services to victims of sexual trafficking, gives a tour of the program's new drop-in center. By Alexis Krell akrell@thenewstribune.com
Carlyn Sampson, program coordinator and community advocate for Yes to Hope!, an organization that provides services to victims of sexual trafficking, gives a tour of the program's new drop-in center. By Alexis Krell akrell@thenewstribune.com

Tacoma drop-in center dedicated to helping youths affected by human trafficking

April 19, 2016 4:50 PM