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Flying High At Wilderness School

September 14, 2017
What happens when you bring a group of eight wary young survivors in our long-term services to a Wilderness School for a day of...

A new currency for teens – a powerful tool for traffickers.

September 12, 2017
Kik's new virtual money increases risk for teenagers online.

Reaching New Heights: Our Growing UK Team

August 31, 2017
This is both a challenging and exciting time for the Love146 UK team. More children than ever need the support we offer, and we...

“If Only I’d Known”

August 25, 2017
My first experience with this phrase is deeply etched in my mind: A young girl shared that she had met a group of people...

A Story for Those About to Give Up

August 7, 2017
Giving up is never the right answer. Reevaluating, yes, reimagining, of course — but never giving up. Yet that was nearly the end result...

8 Ways to Care For Yourself – Perspective from People Working To End Child Trafficking

June 28, 2017
Hike, Talk, Laugh, Cry... However you make time to take care of yourself, it's important that you do! Life is intense - here's how...

The Trafficker of One of the Youth in our U.S. Survivor Care Sent To Jail

June 15, 2017
What does justice look like for the youth in our care? For one youth in our survivor care program, justice includes having the person...

Children Who’ve Had To Live As Adults

May 25, 2017
Many say they can’t relate to others their age; they date older men, and explain to me that since they’re more mature they need...

The Art of Not Asking Questions

May 24, 2017
At Love146, we cultivate a long-lasting relationship that models healthy boundaries and allows the youth to “dig” when they feel safe, trusted, and valued....

Can we just take a minute to celebrate the cutest tiny friendship ever?

May 23, 2017
These two little ones have a lot in common. They’re both from the same region. Peter is four, and Yamile turned four last summer....

Who are these children? They are scholars.

May 18, 2017
Whenever we were with the children in public places, people would ask, “Who are all these children? Are they siblings?” I would say, they...

“I used to think I was invisible. But you see me.”

May 15, 2017
Our Rapid Responses help youth understand how a perpetrator uses manipulation, tricks, and force to take advantage of them. We talk about how easy...

Brianna’s Story

“I’ve heard of pimps and I knew to be scared of them – but I didn't realize that the person I thought was protecting...

Bao’s Story: When trafficked persons are used in criminal enterprise, the victims can get blamed

April 7, 2017
When will our society learn that victims are NOT criminals?

Connecticut Action: Protect the privacy of trafficking victims

March 31, 2017
Last week, you came through to help us launch a bill that would guarantee privacy to victims of trafficking in Connecticut. And now we...

Why It Matters That She Can See

March 9, 2017
What can a new pair of glasses mean for a young girl in our safe homes?