SHERIDAN — Local anti-human-trafficking nonprofit Uprising released its 2021 Impact Report this week, demonstrating the organization’s expanding community partnerships, prevention programs and professional trainings.

The highlight of the report, Uprising Executive Director Terri Markham said, is the increase in training and education programming Uprising has been able to organize this year.

“We’re becoming the go-to. When people think of human trafficking and exploitation training, they think of Uprising,” Markham said.

Markham explained the past year saw growth in both of Uprising’s two main branches: working directly with youth for trafficking prevention and providing training for adult professionals and community members.

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