Community Toolkit

Use the following resources to help inform your community about trafficking

  • A simple infographic that shows you ways you can help fight human trafficking with just 10 seconds, 10 minutes,  1 hour, and 1 year.

  • This house party guide will take you through how to lead a discussion about labor trafficking and your power when you purchase chocolate. Enjoy some sweets while making a difference!

  • This guide will have different movie options, discussion questions and even free clips you can watch and discuss.

  • What does a "trafficker” or a "victim" look like? Well no two people are the same, but they may not be what you'd suspect. Find out and print these cards for people in your community: retail workers, pastors, security guards, teachers...etc. Find some specifics for nurses and first responders here.

  • Did you know malls are prime recruiting areas for human trafficking? Take back your local mall! Talk to security guards and retail workers about how to spot trafficking recruiters and victims.

  • FAAST's awareness posters. Hang these around your neighborhood and community

  • Often children and teens are recruited online. Find out how to keep your children safe!

  • The Department of Health and Human Services has various materials that you can order for FREE.

  • Human trafficking is run on the principle of supply and demand. How are you contributing to the demand?

  • An article that gives various suggestions and guides to keep your children safe using various forms of technology including smart phones and computers.

  • Baylor University's Online Doctorate in Education program created this document to help you talk to your children and teenagers about human trafficking. 

  • Praxent provides a wide-range of helpful links to help individuals of all ages to be safe online and to have a good and secure digital citizenship.