Houston Human Trafficking Conference Online Registration is Closed. You can register at the door! Welcome to Free the Captives’ 7th Annual Houston Human Trafficking Conference! Do you want to learn about human trafficking in Houston? Come to Free the Captives’ 7th Annual Houston Human Trafficking Conference! This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about human trafficking from the experts and how you can get involved in fighting this terrible crime. Join us at Christ Community Church, 1303 Sherwood Forest St., Houston, TX 77043 from 8am to 4pm. The goal of Free the Captives’ conference is to equip and train nonprofit and ministry leaders as well as anyone in the community who wants to make a difference. We want to provide you with practical tools to stop human trafficking. You will hear from experts on topics such as: “How to Bring Hope and Restoration to Teenaged Trafficking Survivors” “How to Effectively Help Adult Women out of Trafficking” “How to Engage your Church in the Fight against Human Trafficking: the Perspective of the Missions Pastor” “How to Catch a Trafficker” “How to Work with Law Enforcement to Combat Human Trafficking: The Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Partnership” “How to Write Grants and Maintain Donor Relationships” “How Nonprofits can use Social Media to Effectively Get Their Message Across” “How to Keep Your Kids Safe from Porn and Traffickers” Conference Costs: Early registration ends 11/30/16: $30 per person Regular registration ends 1/31/17: $40 per person Late registration (2/1/17 – 2/22/17) and day of registration: $50 There will also be many booths from anti-human trafficking nonprofits where you can learn about volunteer opportunities. Register for the conference here. Booth and Sponsorship Opportunities: Nonprofits and ministries can apply to have a booth at Free the Captives’ 7th Annual Houston Human Trafficking Conference. Please apply early as space is limited. There are also sponsorship opportunities for businesses to support the conference. Download our booth and sponsorship form here.