For Educators/Youth Workers/Parents/Teens

Chosen-Plus-Packages

Chosen Prevention Curriculum  This comprehensive video resource reveals the warning signs and sometimes fatal consequences of sex trafficking to equip teens to protect themselves and others from being trapped in the horrific and violent sex industry.  DVD sets comes with conversation guides and other helps. DVD versions include a gang edition with information pertinent to  sex trafficking within gangs. DVD also has a Spanish Version. You can see the Chosen and Chosen Gang Edition videos on YouTube.

TCCAPC YouTube Playlist of Prevention videos: Includes short awareness videos that can be shared on social media among teens.

For All Professionals Working With Youth:

My Life, My Choice Project is a nationally recognized, groundbreaking initiative designed to reach adolescent girls most vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation. MLMC offers provider training, prevention groups, case coordination, and survivor mentoring to victims of exploitation. Since 2002, MLMC has reached over 500 girls and over 3000 providers, in Massachusetts and nationally, in a variety of locations including group homes, juvenile detention facilities, child protective services offices, schools, and other community based settings.

Bought and Sold: Helping Young People Escape From Commercial Sexual Exploitation Provided by The National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth. An eight page color guide to educate those who work with youth, including information about sex trafficking, indicators of a potential victim, what steps to takes, and important contact numbers. The resource is also helpful for parents.

For Educators:

Assessment Tool For Educators A helpful assessment to help educators identify risk factors and indicators of human trafficking in their students.

Human Trafficking Of Children In The United States: A Fact Sheet For Educators Two page fact sheet provided by the U.S. Department of Education.

Educators and Human Trafficking: In-depth Review A pdf ten-page guide for educators on both labor and sex trafficking as it pertains to potential juvenile victims, including indicators, how to inquire, and what to do in the case of a potential trafficking situation.  Resource provided by Polaris Project.

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