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In order to bring hope to the area of human trafficking, our volunteers, supporters, and the community at large need to be aware of the magnitude of the problem locally, what sex trafficking is, what it looks like, and how to both prevent it and engage survivors. 

These are some of the educational materials we have created or utilize in our community trainings and outreach.

Resources for Parents and Teachers

  • Not a Product discussion guides go along with six classic and recent Disney movies. After watching a movie, use the guide to start a discussion about the ways tricky people try to use someone like a product and what your child could do if a tricky person tried those tricks on him or her.

  • A handout for parents to go along with our Not a Product educational tool. Includes 10 safety rules, website resources, and helpful information to arm your child with the knowledge to avoid getting trapped by tricky people.

  • Un folleto para que los padres acompañen nuestra herramienta educativa No es un Producto. Incluye recursos del sitio web e información útil para armar a su hijo con el conocimiento para evitar que lo atrapen personas difíciles.

  • Un folleto para que los padres acompañen nuestra herramienta educativa No es un Producto. Incluye recursos del sitio web e información útil para armar a su hijo con el conocimiento para evitar que lo atrapen personas difíciles.

  • A handout for educators to go along with our Not a Product educational tool. Includes 10 safety rules, website resources, and helpful information to arm your child with the knowledge to avoid getting trapped by tricky people.

  • A handout for youth leaders to go along with our Not a Product educational tool. Includes 10 safety rules, website resources, and helpful information to arm your child with the knowledge to avoid getting trapped by tricky people.

  • Some “Do’s and Don’ts” on talking with a child you suspect may be sexually exploited.

  • The Super Ten, Play-It-Safe Rules for Kids and Their Grownups created by Safely Ever After

  • Help a trauma survivor having a flashback, panic attack, or anxious moment ground themselves using their five senses.

  • How to Keep Your Kids Safe from Online Sex Traffickers

  • We understand how difficult it can be to keep up with today’s ever-changing technology — along with everyday parenting, work, and all the other responsibilities on your plate! We also know that the safety of the children in your life is your first and highest priority. To get started, here are some tips we have compiled to help you keep your kids safe on the internet.

  • NetSmartz is NCMEC's online safety education program. It provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children be safer online with the goal of helping children to become more aware of potential online risks and empowering them to help prevent victimization by making safer choices on- and offline.

  • KidSmartz is a child safety program that educates families about preventing abduction and empowers kids in grades K-5 to practice safer behaviors. This program offers resources to help parents, caregivers, and teachers protect kids by teaching and practicing the 4 Rules of Personal Safety using classroom lessons, at-home lessons, parent tips, and fun printable activities.

Sex Trafficking Information

Sex Trafficking in the Tri-City Community

  • This infographic summarises the statistics gathered and estimated by the 2013 study done jointly by New Edge Marketing and Bethel Church to gain an understanding of the magnitude of the problem in our community.

  • A half-hour 2013 documentary on local sex trafficking in the Tri-Cities, featuring survivors, law enforcement, case workers, advocates and more.

Pornography Resources

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