Resources

Welcome to the Tulare County Human Trafficking Resources!

These resources are useful to those throughout the Central Valley and beyond.  If you have not signed up for our Tulare County Human Trafficking Resources Newsletter, you can sign up easily HERE.

If you are in a human trafficking situation, have witnessed or suspect human trafficking, please call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 888-373-7888 or text HELP or INFO to 233733 (BeFree)

The follow links will assist you in finding the resources you need.

I am a

Educator
Youth/ Teen
Parent
Child Welfare Service/ Other Social Services
Health Care Provider
Law Enforcement Officer
Church leader/ volunteer

I would like information on

What is Human Trafficking?
The Signs of Human Trafficking
How Can I Help?
Child Sex Trafficking Awareness and Prevention
Outreach and Awareness Materials I can use

Other Resources:

Major Resources Page  Websites with resources by leading organizations and agencies.

TCCAPC’s Abolitionist Playlist on YouTube A wealth of training videos, documentaries, PSAs, music videos, prevention awareness, and other video resources for professionals and anyone seeking to address human trafficking.

9th Annual Cynthia Lockert-Mummery Conference on Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Includes the complete file of the conference held in Visalia in November 2014, with testimony by Diana Cisneros on her survivor story, Runaway Girl; CSEC presentation by Dr. Sandra Morgan, RN, PhD, Vanguard University; law enforcement perspectives and education by Rick Castro, Detective, San Diego Sheriff’s Department, and presentation of the GraceCity app by Chris Sambaugh, The Grace Network in Sacramento. Included in the folder, also, is the Powerpoint presentations by Morgan and Castro, and San Diego Sheriff Department’s law enforcement training video on human trafficking indicators.

Downloadable Fact Sheets:
Human Trafficking Fact Sheet (HHS)
Sex Trafficking Fact Sheet (HHS)
Labor Trafficking Fact Sheets (HHS)
Child Trafficking Fact Sheet
Common Misconceptions Regarding Human Trafficking

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Resources”

  1. There’s an error in the phone number above. It should be 1-888-373-7888, not 1-888-373-8888 (which goes to a Canadian Tire Center). Please correct it so that there is no confusion in reporting human trafficking to the right authorities.

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