Las Vegas, Nev. – U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) toured the Southern Nevada Family Justice Center and the Harbor Juvenile Assessment Center to hear from advocates, leaders, and local law enforcement on their work to provide assistance and support to domestic violence, sex trafficking, and sexual assault survivors, as well as keeping at-risk youth out of the local juvenile justice system.
“These resource centers provide a central hub for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and sexual assault to get the support they need. I’m proud of the work they have done to advocate for the protection of survivors and to help them get the justice they deserve. I also saw firsthand the Harbor’s efforts to help transform the lives of Nevada’s youth and keep teens out of our juvenile justice system. I will continue to work with law enforcement and community leaders to provide resources and support services to survivors and at-risk youth at the federal level.”