HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOURCES
Educating & Mobilizing our Communities to End Human Trafficking: The Just Ask Prevention Project works to educate our youth and adults about the signs of human trafficking to keep our teenagers safe. We know that a well informed public will decrease the ability of trackers to operate, and inspire victims and survivors to come forward and Just Ask for help.
Fearlessly searches for children who are being forced into prostitution on the streets, in brothels, strip clubs, private homes, and hotels.
Embraces the survivors and brings them into a safe environment where they and their families can heal, recover and develop hopeful, dignified and influential lives.
Trains community officials and creates awareness of the reality of sex trafficking in neighborhoods across America to help stop the crimes from happening.
Shared Hope International is dedicated to bringing an end to sex trafficking through our three-pronged approach – prevent, restore, and bring justice.
Polaris uses data-driven strategies to prevent and disrupt human trafficking, a $150 billion industry that robs 25 million around the world of their freedom. Named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., Polaris systemically disrupts the human trafficking networks that rob human beings of their lives and their freedom. Our comprehensive model puts victims at the center of what we do – helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and leveraging data and technology to pursue traffickers wherever they operate.
Rebecca Bender Initiative is committed to changing the mindset of our culture by equipping front-line advocates and communities on issues that affect today’s culture, and assisting victims of sex trafficking in finding true freedom through individual restoration and empowerment.
By creating innovative and culturally competent programs, we are able to provide direct services to victims of sexual exploitation and assist those who are working the front lines in finding them. By participating in a multi-media approach, we can radically shift the way culture sees the issue of commercial sexual exploitation in America.