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Back to School: Resources to Keep Kids Safe

As a parent, teacher, or concerned citizen, one of the best things you can do to protect youth from sex trafficking is to model healthy, trust-based relationships and empower youth to cultivate the same.

That’s the goal of the Real Friends Don’t campaign, presented by The McCain Institute with partners like the Office of the Texas Governor’s Child Sex Trafficking Team. The campaign focuses on protecting kids and offers resources for parents, caregivers, and teens.
And if you are an administrator, educator, or counselor who wants to learn more about how to use Lighthouse to screen for sex trafficking in your school, reach out to our team.
PS – watch for news in this space about a major Lighthouse partnership we’ve established with a school district!


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This “Eyes on Trafficking” story is reprinted from the Allies Against Slavery blog.


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