TN-Zero Conference For Youth and Parents

TN-Zero Conference For Youth and Parents

Did you realize that child sex trafficking along with gang violence, and even domestic violence impact youth in this area? TN-Zero is having a conference for students and parents at 6:00 o'clock Wednesday evening, February 27th, in the Blackman High School auditorium.

TN-Zero President Kathy Hines, says, "I want the State of Tennessee to be the true leader in Family Restoration and Intervention. This event is to help save the lives of children and rebuild families.

Hines notes that a panel discussion dealing with Juvenile Crime Recidivism and how a community must come together to bring greater awareness to crimes juveniles are exposed to and commit. She also said that leaders in our nation over the last 25 years have failed to keep our kids safe.

She said the discussion will be led by panelists from the FBI, DEA, ATF, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic, YMCA, CADCOR, the U.S. Navy and Marines, and other organizations.

Hines stressed the program will not be political in nature. State Senator Jim Tracy and State Representtive Mike Sparks, both serving Rutherford County, are involved with TN-Zero and will share ideas.

For more information, call Kathy Hines at TN-Zero. That phone number is 615-424-6245.




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