Priceless works with survivors who are currently being trafficked, or have been trafficked within the past five years. The program helps these women connect to resources throughout our state, resources ranging from: emergency and long-term housing, counseling, medical and legal services, job training, education completion, relocation services, mobile food pantry connections, etc. They will discuss warning signs of a person in danger of exploitation, and how to engage in local anti-trafficking efforts. Priceless will be hosting an Anti-Human Trafficking Event, at the Nikiski Community and Recreation Center, Thursday, November 2, from 6-8 p.m. Story as aired: Over 80 survivors have been referred into Priceless since it began in 2012. These survivors and their families are in need of every resource necessary for rescue and a new future. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Sex trafficking is one of the fastest-growing, and most lucrative crimes in Alaska. One organization is drawing attention and awareness to this growing epidemic. Mature content will be presented during the event and Priceless recommends parental discretion for teens younger than 16.