To connect with survivors, outreach must be created and conducted using trauma informed best practices to foster trustworthiness, avoid retraumatization, and dismantle barriers to service. This toolkit offers a self-directed model to promote critical thinking when creating outreach campaigns across audience groups for purposes of awareness building, fundraising, client connection, and partner collaboration. This toolkit is meant for anti-trafficking service providers that have comprehensive training in client care. This document was funded by the Office for Victims of Crime and produced by Project Trust (Trauma Response to Uplift Survivors of Trafficking) and the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants.
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