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Human Trafficking Outreach

T-VSTTA created the materials on this page to provide a simple way for you to educate your broader community about human trafficking. Sharing information on social media and at community events will increase your ability to reach and support relatives experiencing human trafficking. 

Human Trafficking Education Materials

Educate your community about human trafficking using the resources. Share information on websites, social media, and in print to reach relatives in human trafficking situations. 

If you questions on using this content or wish to create customized human trafficking awareness information and outreach materials, contact the T-VSTTA team at 833-887-8820 or email [email protected].

Social Media Posts

Copy (or download) and share the below social media posts to your Facebook, Twitter/X, or Instagram accounts to increase knowledge and understanding about human trafficking and its survivors. 

Support and honor relatives and community members who are victims and survivors of human trafficking by learning more. Watch and share this short video https://bit.ly/3We5uut. If you or someone you know needs help, call 888-373-7888 – the National Human Trafficking Hotline. 

The signs of human trafficking may be hard to spot. We must care for one another. Watch and share this short video https://bit.ly/4cOYDwU to increase awareness. If you need help or know someone who does, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888. 

Several human trafficking factors appear to correlate with #mmiwg. Learn more about how you can help family and community members experiencing #humantrafficking heal. https://bit.ly/3stPh5M. 


Downloadable Educational Materials

Download, print, and share the following materials with your community. 

  • Human Trafficking Indicators
  • Human Trafficking Awareness Poster
  • Understanding Labor Trafficking
  • Understanding Sex Trafficking