Resources

How can we prevent women from becoming trafficking victims? Through education & legislation.

Education

cropped-rosetrans75.pngLet us speak to your group. Sandra Ferrell, our Executive Director, is available to speak to your church, civic organization, youth group, or school about human trafficking and the dangers our girls face in today’s world.

Legislation

Ask your state representative to be active in the fight against human trafficking.

Look up & contact your state representative

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation: Human Trafficking Information

Sister Organizations

Thistle Farms

Books

Girls Like Us, by Rachel Lloyd
Walking Prey, by Holly Austin Smith
Prison Baby: A Memoir, by Deborah Jiang Stein
Under the White Umbrella, by Mary Frances Bowley
Half the Sky, by Nicholas D Kristoff
A Path Appears, by Nicholas D Kristoff

Learn More

Blue Campaign, Department of Homeland Security

Polaris Project

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Office on Trafficking in Persons | Administration for Children and Families

U.S. State Department – 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report

End Slavery TN

Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Vacating Convictions Law

Half the Sky Movement – Information on Forced Prostitution

CDC – ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

CDC – Injury Prevention & Control : Division of Violence Prevention