A key part of our mission is to enlighten the public about sex trafficking in America. We use every opportunity to spread awareness about the dangers of trafficking and ways to stay safe. Through our Reality Check and Play It Safe programs, we share this message at events in the community.

REALITY CHECK

Although people are becoming more aware of the issue of sex trafficking in our country, there are still so many that have no idea of its magnitude and impact. Rescuing Hope provides a much-needed Reality Check to bring the issue front and center, address the myths, and reveal the real dangers to audiences across all walks of life. We partner with schools, houses of worship and community groups to arm students, parents and the general public with the information they need to protect themselves and those around them from falling victim to a trafficker.

What they learn:
  • What sex trafficking is and how it works.
  • Who traffickers target, where and how.
  • The dangers that social media and technology can pose and ways to address them.
  • What to do if they suspect someone is being trafficked.
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I was very impressed with the work Rescuing Hope is doing and the awareness that they are bringing to the community on the subject of Human Trafficking. Pretty frightening to see how these young people are being taken advantage of.

Parent | Georgia

PLAY IT SAFE

Sex traffickers don’t discriminate; race, gender and socio-economic status are irrelevant when looking for a victim. Instead, traffickers target potential victims that are vulnerable, because this can make them easy to manipulate and control. The biggest population of vulnerable people are children. Rescuing Hope teaches middle and high school students how to Play It Safe by sharing age-appropriate facts, stories and actionable tips that can help them avoid dangerous situations and empower them to protect themselves and those around them from falling victim to a trafficker.

What they learn:
  • What sex trafficking is and how it works.
  • Who traffickers target, where and how.
  • The dangers that social media and technology can pose and ways to address them.
  • What to do if they suspect someone is being trafficked.
DOWNLOAD THE PLAY IT SAFE PROGRAM PDF