Educating & Mobilizing Our Communities To

END HUMAN TRAFFICKING

The Just Ask Prevention Project works to educate our youth and adults about the signs of human trafficking to keep our teenagers safe. We know that a well informed public will decrease the ability of trackers to operate, and inspire victims and survivors to come forward and Just Ask for help.

I WANT TO END TRAFFICKING

We Educate

Just Ask provides crucial information about this modern day slavery epidemic through online resources, partners, and curriculum. Learn More

We Prevent

Just Ask believes that the best way to prevent human tracking is to spread awareness of the issue near and far through multiple channels. Learn More

We Intervene

Just Ask offers intervention through organizing community events and groups and partnering with key informative resources. Learn More

EVERY DAY WE’RE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

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Less than 1% of these children were identified. This horrifying statistic was reported by Len Edwards, with the Commission on Missing and Exploited Children in an article detailing the crimes of a man charged with raping a 9-month old. His family, also quoted in the article, is just as horrified by these crimes.
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Every Friday we will be sharing a fact about human trafficking in our country or throughout the world! We hope these facts will help you to stay informed and raise awareness about human trafficking to those around you! Today’s fact is a terrifying one...according to the FBI, human trafficking is the second fastest growing crime sector in the United States. ... See MoreSee Less

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The annual Dirty Dozen list was recently released by National Center on Sexual Exploitation, exposing 12 major facilitators of sexual exploitation. Visit their website to find out WHY each of these companies made the list, as well as positive changes that have occurred from companies that made the list in previous years! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Valentine's Day from Just Ask Trafficking Prevention to you! We hope you enjoy your day! ... See MoreSee Less

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‪Don’t forget about the NCJTC webinar on sextortion that starts in 30 minutes!! Register at ncjtc.fvtc.edu now! ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

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Less than 1% of these children were identified. This horrifying statistic was reported by Len Edwards, with the Commission on Missing and Exploited Children in an article detailing the crimes of a man charged with raping a 9-month old. His family, also quoted in the article, is just as horrified by these crimes.
Read the full article here: wreg.com/2018/02/15/family-of-man-charged-with-raping-9-month-old-says-theyre-sorry-want-him-to-g...
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Every Friday we will be sharing a fact about human trafficking in our country or throughout the world! We hope these facts will help you to stay informed and raise awareness about human trafficking to those around you! Today’s fact is a terrifying one...according to the FBI, human trafficking is the second fastest growing crime sector in the United States. ... See MoreSee Less

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The annual Dirty Dozen list was recently released by National Center on Sexual Exploitation, exposing 12 major facilitators of sexual exploitation. Visit their website to find out WHY each of these companies made the list, as well as positive changes that have occurred from companies that made the list in previous years! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Valentine's Day from Just Ask Trafficking Prevention to you! We hope you enjoy your day! ... See MoreSee Less

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‪Don’t forget about the NCJTC webinar on sextortion that starts in 30 minutes!! Register at ncjtc.fvtc.edu now! ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

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Stories of Survival

“I was sixteen when I was trafficked. I had heard of girls having sex for money when I was younger and thought it could never happen to me. The first time I had sex for money was the worst experience of my life. Now that I am out, I still struggle to make friends and every time I meet someone new I question if they will hurt me.”