About Us

What we do:

  • Liaison Services
    TRUST creates opportunities for communications between service providers, community outreach organizations, law enforcement, legal services, the judiciary, media representatives, and victim advocates via web-based content delivery services.
  • Knowledge Aggregation
    TRUST is a centralized resource for research papers, news articles, TED talks, documentaries, and other public media regarding sex trafficking in order to provide convenient accessibility to all stakeholders.
  • Training Facilitation
    TRUST creates a localized training program that will bring leading subject matter experts, law enforcement personnel, judicial personnel, the media and victim advocates together with the intent to raise awareness, enhance knowledge on sex trafficking, and promote best practices in support services.

All in our name - TRUST :
Our name stands for what we do: Training and Resources United to Stop Trafficking (TRUST).

what we do

Our vision is a World where:

Arizona will create model best practices featuring coordinated approaches to domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) with specific emphasis on increasing public awareness, demand reduction, prosecution of traffickers and buyers, and victim services.

our vision

Our history and the story behind us:

TRUST was born out of a passionate desire by three women to make a difference in Arizona.

They saw a real need for a coordinated response and dedicated resources to the issue of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). They have dedicated countless hours, invested funds and allocated resources to create TRUST.

They have supported many projects related to the well-being of children and youth in Arizona over the past several years. These founders are actively involved in monitoring and evaluating the team’s work and in the strategic direction of TRUST.

about our history

Our team:

TRUST’s passionate and committed team members possess a wealth of knowledge and experience to bring sex trafficking awareness and foster community partnerships in Arizona.

The team works together to identify and collaborate with stakeholders such as key lawmakers, law enforcement, medical providers, educators, local and state government officials, business leaders, faith based community groups and non-profit providers and funders.

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