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Love146’s programs will be evaluated

Love146 will be one of the first anti-trafficking organizations in the US to undergo rigorous outcome evaluations that are independently conducted by a third party, and that are outcomes-based using a control group. We’ve been working towards this for years – and it’s a huge step forward not just for Love146, but for the entire anti-trafficking field.

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As we’ve shared before in the past year, inaccurately calling…

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September is Suicide Prevention Month. Many of the core issues that make children vulnerable to trafficking also put them at risk of suicide.

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So how do we end trafficking and exploitation? We empower our communities to know what it looks like and what to do about it. By equipping those who may cross paths with victims (educators, service providers, health care workers), we create opportunities for intervention and prevention.

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While there aren’t just 10 vulnerabilities, risk factors, or causes of child trafficking, here are some things that can increase a child’s risk for trafficking victimization:

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Children in our Survivor Care would like to share what your support means as they continue at school:

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At Love146, when we say “grooming” we’re talking about the process predators use to lure a child into relationship, gain trust with them, and prepare them for sexual exploitation.

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1. About 4 million children are being trafficked right now.…

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When most people imagine child trafficking, they imagine a seedy…

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Would your youth feel comfortable coming to you if something…

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This week is the end of Love146’s fiscal year – we’re so grateful for your support that makes this life-changing work possible. As we move into a critical time of serving youth this summer, it’s important that there aren’t funding gaps or unmet needs. Your donation, before midnight June 30th, can be a game-changer for a child.

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The internet is a great place to connect with others, enjoy funny content, and learn new things. However, when it comes to kids, it’s important that they know about some of the danger that can exist online and how they can better keep themselves safe. As safe adults in their lives, you are a key player in helping kids stay safe online.

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Tread on Trafficking has kicked off! But it’s not too…

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The National Human Trafficking Hotline (1-888-3737-888) gives free, confidential, one-on-one support. 

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Child trafficking is real; it’s an incredibly heavy issue; and…

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Recently, there was a request for information made by the US State Department’s Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons. The Senior Policy Operating Group (SPOG) asked for input from key stakeholders and community members on how it can advance racial justice and equity in work combatting human trafficking. We’re glad this request was made, and we submitted this answer for consideration:

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