Call to Freedom serves children and youth (0-24), as well as adults. Our youth team is available to coordinate age-appropriate services for those who have been victimized by human trafficking and/or commercial sexual exploitation.
Additionally, Call to Freedom has supports available for parents to prevent and respond to child victimization. Through our Parent Connections training series, parents, guardians, family members, and support systems who want to become advocates for the young people in their lives can learn how to protect their children. Visit Call to Freedom’s Events page to view upcoming Parent Connections events.
Parents, families, supporters, and others are encouraged to order a copy of Call to Freedom’s A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Human Trafficking and Healing Their Children. The book is originated and primarily written by Ruth Atkins, the grandmother of a young woman who was trafficked. The book serves as a resource for parents and others on identifying the dangers and warning signs of trafficking, as well as understanding the psychology of victims.