January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month, an opportunity to educate your community about the crime and highlight support services for those who have experienced it. We encourage you to copy, paste, and share the resources below on website and social media accounts. Combine the social media post with one of the graphic images and post to your preferred platform.
If you have any questions about how to use this content or wish to create customized awareness information and outreach materials, contact the Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center at [email protected] or 1-844-682-0411.
Shareable Social Media Posts
Copy and share the below social media posts on your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts to build awareness in your community about human trafficking.
- January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. We can support and honor relatives and community members who are victims and survivors of human trafficking by learning more about the issue. Watch and share this short video https://bit.ly/3yNHWPz. If you need help or know someone who does, call 888-373-7888 – the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
- The signs or indicators of human trafficking may be difficult to spot from the outside. We must care for one another and help community members heal. Watch and share this short video https://bit.ly/3JczE8H to increase awareness about human trafficking. If you need help or know someone who does, call 888-373-7888 – the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
- Receive free #humantrafficking resources at https://htcbc.ovc.ojp.gov/. Email [email protected] to receive no-cost coaching and resources to start, sustain, or grow your organization’s #antitrafficking work.
- 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.