YouTurn Omaha, a group that offers support and resources to low-income communities, joined CHI Health for the webinar.

Women’s Violence Prevention Manager at YouTurn, Tomeki Cobbs, said no one is safe from trafficking.

“Women that are involved with sex trafficking, involved in domestic violence, this is not the daughter that’s cussing at her mom,” Cobbs said. “It is not the son that is running away. They are your highest risk individuals.”

Speakers also discussed the common myths of human trafficking and how it affects low-income communities.

YouTurn has collaborated with several organizations and local law enforcement to help those affected by human trafficking.

If you or someone you know is at risk of physical, mental or emotional abuse, call YouTurn at (402) 933-7850, or local authorities.