South County Community Conversation about Human Trafficking

Please join JustAskPrevention and the Fauquier Country Human Trafficking Prevention Project for a conversation about Human Trafficking on Wednesday November 14, 2018 at the Cedar Lee Middle School in Bealeton, VA from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. South County Fauquier Flyer

North County Community Conversation about Human Trafficking

Please join JustAskPrevention and the Fauquier Country Human Trafficking Prevention Project for a conversation about Human Trafficking on Wednesday November 7, 2018 at the Marshall Middle School in Marshall, VA from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. North County Fauquier Flyer

Just Ask Prevention Project Executive Director Bill Woolf presented with Presidential Medal

Download our latest press release: Press-Release-Presidential-Award Just Ask Prevention Project Executive Director Bill Woolf presented with Presidential Medal Washington, DC – On October 11, 2018 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, along with the other Cabinet Members, presented Bill Woolf, Executive Director of the Just Ask Prevention Project, with the 2018 Presidential Medal for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons.  This …

WanderSafe

JustAskPrevention is proud to partner with Wandersafe. Wandersafe has recently launched an IndieGoGo campaign, check it out here. Wandersafe is an innovative safety solution emphasizing information and environmental awareness with modern technology. Read the description below to learn more about Wandersafe. Knowledge is still POWER Everybody wants to be free. Free to discover new parks, neighborhoods, restaurants. Our mission is …

Human Trafficking and Natural Disasters

Executive Director Bill Woolf recently wrote an article on the effects of natural disasters on human trafficking. Click on the link below to read the article and find out more! HT and Natural Disasters (9-2018)

Working together to end human trafficking.

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“This is not a problem that is relegated overseas. It is a reality in communities throughout the United States, affecting our neighbors, our families, and many of the most vulnerable members of our society. Look beneath the surface in our communities and you will find young people living through nightmares — being targeted in our streets, hotels, malls, and increasingly, …