The Online Safety Education for Families (OSEF) program is a program of Oak Hill United Methodist Church Community Ministries.  The following presentation has been developed by the OHUMC Human Trafficking Committee.

We believe we can keep our children and youth safer through educating families on how to maintain internet safety in the midst of these dangers:

– Exposure to Inappropriate Materials
– Negative Peer Pressure
– Sexting
– Online Predators
– Human Trafficking

As a Community Ministry of Oak Hill UMC Human Trafficking Committee, we would be happy to bring this presentation to you at your location. This presentation is a gift, there is no charge.

The presenters have professional backgrounds in communications, homeland security and mediation, school nursing and counseling.

PARENTS will learn answers to the following questions: 

– How do you talk to your child about the internet?
– What does your child know about the internet that you don’t know?
– What sites should you be aware of today?
– What can you do to keep your child internet savvy and safe?

Following the presentation will be time for questions. The presentation is relevant to all online usage such as cell phones, tablets, and computers. If you are interested in having our OSEF team present to your group, or would like more program info, please contact: Beth Abel or Cathy Herzog

Resources mentioned in the presentation:


Download the OSEF flyer.