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Why partner with us?

It takes more than one person, one organization, one movement to end the unconscionable practice of sex trafficking our children.

Efforts to prevent the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) and child sex trafficking in the U.S. are largely absent, and though efforts to respond to these problems are emerging, they are generally insufficient, uncoordinated, and unevaluated.

Many professionals who interact with youth - such as teachers, health care providers, and child welfare and law enforcement professionals - are either unaware that trafficking and exploitation is happening in their communities or lack the knowledge and tools to identify and respond to young people who are at risk.*

It’s time that all Arizonans stand against trafficking.

Small business, big business - Sex Trafficking is everyone’s business.
When the prostitution of children thrives, our entire community suffers.

 

* Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. Confronting Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2013.

A partnership with TRUST offers

  • Greater community impact by working together
  • Increased awareness for your sex-trafficking-focused event
  • Connections with our network of speakers and trainers
  • Access to a calendar of trafficking related events in Arizona
  • Speaking and training opportunities for individuals and organizations already working in the field
  • Enhaced reputation by positive brand association with other organizations making an impact
  • Access to potential sponsorship and funding opportunities

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TRUST’s goal is to partner with ALL GROUPS working to end trafficking in Arizona. For further information on building a partnership, or to talk through the possibilities, please contact our team through email or by using the form below.








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