Human Trafficking Prevention Month – Social Media Resources

Social Media Resources for Human Trafficking Prevention Month

To raise awareness around National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the Children's Bureau Learning & Coordination Center (CBLCC) has developed several captivating social media messages. Help us build awareness and engage the public! Download these resources to use in your own e-mails, newsletters, presentations, or other tools.

Resource: https://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign/videos


Facebook: #January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Learn more about the different types of #humantrafficking and what you can do to help end this horrific crime. #human trafficking #traffickingawareness #traffickingprevention #endtrafficking

Twitter: #January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Learn more about the different types of #humantrafficking and what you can do to help end this horrific crime. #humantrafficking #traffickingawareness #traffickingprevention #endtrafficking

Resource: https://www.acf.hhs.gov/policy-guidance/responding-human-trafficking-among-children-and-youth-foster-care-and-missing


Facebook: 51,667 substantive reports via phone calls, texts, webchats, emails, or online tips have been reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in just one year alone. An analysis of these reports identified 10,583 situations of #trafficking with 16,658 individual/unique victims of #trafficking. This is not just a #crime that lives overseas, but a domestic problem requiring a national community-wide response. If you are or anyone you know may be a victim of human trafficking, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 or text 233733.

Twitter: 51,667 substantive reports have been reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in just one year alone. This is a domestic problem requiring a national community-wide response.

Resource: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/systemwide/trafficking/


Facebook: The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reports that 19 percent of runaway reports for youth in foster care (29 percent of reports for girls and 3 percent for boys) are assessed as likely victims of #sextrafficking, based on case information reported by social service or law enforcement agencies. Boys may be underrepresented among those identified as victims because they are less likely to be involved with pimps, and thus less likely to be identified by law enforcement. The #ChildWelfare Information Gateway has resources to help child welfare professional and others develop comprehensive responses to assist victims and potential victims:

Twitter: The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reports that 19 percent of runaway reports for youth in foster care are assessed as likely victims of #sextrafficking. The #ChildWelfare Information Gateway has resources to help child welfare professional and others develop comprehensive responses to assist victims and potential victims:

Resource: https://www.acf.hhs.gov/otip/toolkit/native-communities


Facebook: Stop the exploitation of human beings. Join us in the the fight against #humantrafficking. Click below for a list of 20 ideas to consider.

Twitter: Stop the exploitation of human beings. Join us in the the fight against #humantrafficking. Click below for a list of 20 ideas to consider.

Resource: https://www.state.gov/20-ways-you-can-help-fight-human-trafficking/


Facebook: Stop the exploitation of human beings. Join us in the the fight against #humantrafficking. Click below for a list of 20 ideas to consider.

Twitter: Stop the exploitation of human beings. Join us in the the fight against #humantrafficking. Click below for a list of 20 ideas to consider.

Resource: https://www.state.gov/what-is-trafficking-in-persons/


Facebook: The buying and selling of people is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. Help us raise awareness of #HumanTrafficking.

Twitter: The buying and selling of people is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. Help us raise awareness of #HumanTrafficking.

Resource: https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resource/report-housing-programs-individuals-experiencing-housing-instability-or-homelessness


Facebook: Housing instability increases the risk for human trafficking, and many individuals who experience human trafficking often lack safe housing. Learn more:

Twitter: Housing instability increases the risk for human trafficking, and many individuals who experience human trafficking often lack safe housing. Learn more:

Resource: https://www.ovcttac.gov/downloads/views/HowWeCanHelp/HT/OVC_TTAC_Human_Trafficking_Action_Research_Toolkit_Revised_Dec2020_FINAL_508c_011921_JE.pdf


Facebook: Are you looking to make a difference for children and youth who have experienced trafficking? The Human Trafficking Action Research Toolkit can help you get started, providing information, strategies, tools, and other resources to help organizations and programs understand and conduct action research. Download the plan here:

Twitter: Are you looking to make a difference for children and youth who have experienced trafficking? The Human Trafficking Action Research Toolkit can help you get started. Download the plan here: