>>if you are looking for free resources and excellent material to print out on Human Trafficking please check out these sites.
the blue campaign
-a division of the US Department of Homeland Security dedicated to fighting human trafficking. This site has posters, pamphlets, and a variety of handouts for community, law enforcement, social workers, healthcare providers, and faith based organizations. For more info click HERE.
the campaign to rescue & restore victims of human trafficking
-a division of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, a Division of the US Department of Health & Human Services. They provide services to immigrants who have been trafficked to the United States, through their program ATIP. This a great site to visit for more information on the public benefits that are available to those individuals who have been trafficked to the United States. To access printable materials and brochures created by ATIP click HERE.
the national human trafficking resource center
-this organization behind the National Anti-Human Trafficking Hotline Number. As well as providing 24/7 assistance to victims of trafficking through their hotline number, their site is full of excellent resources. This site host everything from pamphlets and articles to entire powerpoints. For more information please click HERE.
the a21 campaign
-this is an international campaign to end human trafficking. They are a Christian, non-profit lead by Christine Caine (check out her incredible testimony here). The resources that they offer are pamphlets on prayer and awareness, as well as video testimonies. For more information click HERE. A21 also offer a youth based curriculum called Bodies are not Commodities, for more information on this free curriculum please click HERE.
To download our Hannah's Hope flyer please click here.