Every year, 3,600 kids are sold for sex in Georgia. With increased awareness, education, and training
– all of us can help stop traffick together. Scroll down to take the pledge.
Child sex traffick operates in plain sight. It’s in our neighborhoods, airports, hotels, and local businesses. It has no race, gender or socioeconomic status. The more aware we become, the more we can stop it.
Learn the warning signs and look out for behavior you may be misinterpreting. If a child is acting out, don’t ask them “what’s wrong with you?”, ask “what happened to you?” They may be trying to tell you something they don’t know how to say.
Start the conversation with the kids in your life and help them understand what’s right and what’s wrong. We know this a tricky topic to talk about, but it’s an important one. Browse our resources for some easy conversation starters.
Become a roadblock for child sex traffick by educating your friends and neighbors. Together, with increased awareness and interest, we all can help stop this.