Safe Harbor Appropriation

The 2015 Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Youth bill would make $8.3 million in critical state investments for safe shelter and supportive services and additional shelter beds for sexually exploited youth, training for frontline personnel, and a statewide infrastructure to connect child sex trafficking victims to services. It also appropriates additional funding for youth outreach.

STATUS: The bill was laid over for possible inclusion in the omnibus bill. (S.F. 552)

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