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Kicking off Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month

How many ways will you show your support for Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month 2021?

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Virtual Fundraiser Comedy Show

Join AVRC for our Virtual Comedy Show Fundraiser!

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Healthy and Unhealthy Teen Dating Relationships

Do you know what healthy and unhealthy dating relationships can look like? #TDVAM2021 #KnowYourWorth

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AVRC Wish List

Arkansas Valley Resource Center (AVRC) relies on the support of our community to help continue to serve the victims of violent crime in Bent, Crowley, and Otero County. Part of that community support is through donations, which can go straight back to the victims and survivors we serve. AVRC's current wish list is below, any… Continue reading AVRC Wish List

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Recognizing Human Labor Trafficking

Human trafficking is estimated to presently impact 40.3 million people globally. Experts believe that there are more situations of labor trafficking than of sex trafficking, but there is a much wider awareness of sex trafficking in the U.S. than of labor trafficking. According to U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline, in 2019, individual labor trafficking victims… Continue reading Recognizing Human Labor Trafficking