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Upcoming Events

Due to COVID-19, many public events have been cancelled and will be rescheduled in the future. During this unprecedented time when our children are online more than ever before, we are excited to bring our Prevention trainings to parents and teens virtually. We remain committed to fighting sex trafficking and protecting the next generation. We look forward to coming together for future events.


For questions regarding events, email Click here to request Selah Freedom to come to your event.

Sex, Lies & Media Training for Adults

Thursday, January 14th, 2021

1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern


Sex, Lies & Media Training helps parents, teachers, youth workers, etc., learn about how predators and recruiters can approach innocent youth online through social media. It educates adults on the red flags to look out for, how a predator can manipulate and exploit a child, and how to protect the next generation from this crime. Gain practical tools to keep your kids safe online and learn how to facilitate conversations about this  issue with them. 


Parents who complete this training will receive an invitation for their kids (6th-12th grade) to view a virtual Sex, Lies & Media training created just for them. Once you have registered, a link will be emailed to you to attend this training.


How To Talk To Your Kids About Body Safety

Thursday, February 18th, 2021

1:00 - 2:00 Eastern


Through this live virtual Zoom training, adults will be educated on how to talk to their K-5th grade kids about child abuse prevention. Our team will discuss the importance of teaching the body safety rules, the difference between a secret and a surprise, how to stay safe online, and the off limits "bathing suit zone." We will aim to empower adults to continue facilitating these important conversations with their own children. Those that attend this training will receive access to our pre-recorded "Let's Take a PAUSE for SAFETY" training for children, alongside a workbook page (recommended ages K-5th).


CSEC Advocacy Training - For Adults

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern


Selah Freedom's "CSEC Advocacy Training" aims to leave adults with a greater understanding of the realities of sex trafficking, its root causes, how to identify victims, and how to take action. This training is beneficial for anyone working with youth and families, educating audiences on the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC).

The Trauma of Human Trafficking

Monday, January 25th

6:00pm - 7:30 Eastern


SRQ Strong, Selah Freedom, and More Too Life bring you a community conversation on human trafficking. Speakers will highlight the importance of prevention, provide tips for communicating with youth, delve into what domestic trafficking looks like, and share personal experiences with trafficking. Selah Freedom's Kyra Montaque will be presenting at this event! 

Groomed Groups... Authentic Connection & Meaningful Purpose


Are you ready for meaningful connection and authentic purpose? Join a Groomed Group! Groomed Groups are happening around the country. Hundreds of women have experienced incredible breakthroughs in these intimate, inspirational settings. If you are interested in joining a weekly online gathering led by me, along with fellow women from around the country, as we journey through each chapter of Groomed, please join here. This is a safe space where group members will be able to share, ask questions, receive accountability and grow in freedom, together! Give yourself the amazing  gift of freedom

By register for a Selah Freedom event, you are agreeing to our Terms & Conditions, read more here.

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