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A Collaborative Venture with American Medical Response

Safe America Foundation to Hold Event at Georgia’s State Capitol to Announce a New Collaborative Initiative to Help Victims of Human Trafficking

Event will feature officials and representatives from AMR, youthSpark, WellStar Atlanta Medical Center, Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority and the Georgia Global Health Initiative


On Friday, June 8th, Safe America will hold an event at the Georgia State Capitol to announce a new collaborative venture with American Medical Response (AMR),youthSpark,WellStar Atlanta Medical Center, Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority and Georgia Global Health Initiative.The initiative will seek to help victims of human trafficking along with those dealing with opioid addiction and veterans suffering from PTSD. AMRwill also announce the donation of an ambulance to Safe America, which will be used to support these efforts. During the event, the ambulance will be parked outside on Washington Street for use in photos, weather permitting.

WHEN:             Friday, June 8th at 10:00am

WHERE:           Georgia State Capitol; South Wing


Speakers, officials and representatives from the collaboration will include:

  • Len Pagano, Founder & CEO, Safe America
  • Terence Ramotar, Regional Director, AMR
  • Jennifer Swain, Executive Director, youthSpark
  • Kim Ryan, President, WellStar Atlanta Medical Center
  • Joshua Murfree, Chief Operations Officer, Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority
  • Jeffrey Turner, Chairman of the Clayton County Board of Commissioners


About Safe AmericaFoundation

The Safe America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chartered in 1994, with headquarters in suburban Atlanta. The foundation partners with corporate, government, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to save lives by emphasizing safety education and emergency preparedness. Our mission is to be the voice of safety, helping to keep people safe. Other key goals include helping returning veterans transition safely to civilian life, teaching safe driving techniques and hosting school assemblies on dangerous driving decisions, reducing cybercrimes, combating human trafficking, and championing programs to address safety needs such as Brain Camp, The WorldSafe Gala, BE Safe America and more. For more information, visit

Media Contacts: Travis Small (617) 538-9041;


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