PARENTS: 
You have a roll to play in protecting your child from sex trafficking. Read below for 8 ways you can keep your kids safe.

Keeping our youth safe and free from sex traffickers

The information provided was not only current and relevant, but it captured our students' attention and opened their eyes to a dark and dangerous part of our society. It also showed our students the importance of taking measures to protect themselves and their friends from the dangers of human trafficking.
- Dr. David Christian, High School Counselor

Thank you so much for sending Traffick911 to our school! We've gotten such amazing feedback on this program from district personnel, parents, and students. Your presenters and volunteers were amazing and so informative for our students. 
- Tiffany Wicks, Middle School Counselor


Traps is Traffick911's evidence-informed, interactive youth program designed to equip youth (ages 12-18) to avoid the tricks, traps and lures of human traffickers, utilizing survivor stories and age-appropriate videos. We reach more than 7,000 youth every year with this program. Its ideal format is a classroom-like setting (not an assembly format) that allows for optimal facilitator-youth discussion. The information provided is current, relevant, and captures the attention of the youth while opening their eyes to a dark and dangerous part of society. Youth learn practical ways to stay safe, such as alternatives to running away and appropriate internet and real world behaviors. It also empowers youth to be a voice for someone who may be trafficked by teaching them to recognize the red flags of a trafficking victim. Youth participate in a post-program activity designed for cognitive and emotional processing from learning about this tough subject matter. 

We bring the program into schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, juvenile detention centers, youth shelters and other venues. The program is geared toward ages 12-18 and is also adapted and presented to PTA's and parent groups. 

Where have we been with Traps

Since 2014, we have reached over 35,000 youth with the program, including some the following settings: 

Youth Shelters / Family Shelters:
(Most are recurring monthly programs)
ACH Youth Shelter | Fort Worth, TX
Promise House Youth Shelter | Dallas, TX
My Friend’s House Youth Shelter | Plano, TX
Samaritan’s Inn | McKinney, TX

Middle and High Schools:
(Many school invitations are a result of a partnership with Communities in Schools regional organizations)
DeLay Middle School | Lewisville, TX
Monnig Middle School | Fort Worth, TX
Prosper ISD | Prosper, TX
WT White High School | Dallas, TX
Guyer High School | Denton, TX
Denton High School | Denton, TX
Red Oak Middle School | Red Oak, TX
Hebron High School | Carrollton, TX
Cedar Hill High School | Cedar Hill, TX
Juan Seguin High School | Arlington, TX
Martin High School | Arlington, TX
Sam Houston High School | Arlington, TX
McKinney North High School | McKinney, TX
Carter Riverside High School | Fort Worth, TX
Timbercreek High School | Fort Worth
Lamar Middle School | Irving, TX
Tom Bean Middle School | Tom Bean, TX
Hutto Middle School | Hutto, TX
Faith Family Academy | Oak Cliff, Dallas, TX
Durham High School | Lewisville, TX
Weatherford High School | Weatherford, TX
Keller High School | Keller, TX
Cleburne ISD | Cleburne, TX
Dallas JJ Alternative Education Program | Dallas, TX
Marsh Middle School | River Oaks, TX
North Crowley 9th Grade Center | Crowley, TX
Leonard Middle School | Fort Worth, TX
McKinney DAEP (Alternative School) | McKinney, TX
Prestonwood Academy | Plano, TX
Heritage High School | Rogers, AR
Highlands High School | San Antonio, TX
Page Middle School | San Antonio, TX
Peaster ISD | Peaster, TX
Castleberry Irma Marsh Middle School | Fort Worth, TX

Juvenile Detention Centers and Probation Departments:
(Recurring monthly programs)
Tarrant County Juvenile Services | Fort Worth, TX
Dallas County Juvenile Services | Dallas, TX
Dallas ESTEEM Court Program | Dallas, TX
Letot Girls Center, Shelter | Dallas, TX
Collin County Juvenile Services | McKinney, TX
Bell County Juvenile Services | Killeen, TX
Denton County Juvenile Services | Denton, TX
Nueces County Juvenile Detention | Corpus Christi, TX
Hood County Juvenile Detention / Rite of Passage | Granbury, TX
Fort Bend County Juvenile Services | Richmond, TX
Fort Bend Juvenile Probation | Richmond, TX
Williamson County Juvenile Services | Georgetown, TX
Harris County Juvenile Services | Houston, TX
Randall County Juvenile Department | Amarillo, TX
San Angelo Probation Department | San Angelo, TX
Ron Jackson State Juvenile Corrections | Brownwood, TX
White River Juvenile Detention | Batesville, AR
Washington County Juvenile Detention | Fayeteville, AR
Benton County Juvenile Detention | Bentonville, AR
Seminole County Juvenile Detention Center | Sanford, FL
Orange County Juvenile Detention Center | Orlando, FL

Child Welfare / CPS / Foster Care Groups:
CPS Aging Out PALS Programs | Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Waxahachie, San Antonio, TX (most are recurring quarterly or bi-annual programs)
Central Texas Youth Services | Belton, TX
Buckner International Foster Groups | Dallas, TX
TWU Foster Care Kids Workshop | Denton, TX
Child Protective Services | Hurst, TX 

Other youth settings:
LakePointe Counseling Center Recovery Groups | Rockwall, TX
Shoreline Rehabilitation Center | Corpus Christi, TX
Nexus Drug Treatment Program | Dallas, TX
Boys and Girls Club | Killeen, TX
Boys & Girls Club | San Angelo, TX
Viveri Youth Services | Dallas, TX
YMCA | San Antonio, TX
Christ Haven | Keller, TX
St. Barnabas United Methodist Church | Arlington, TX
YoungLives | Austin, Dallas, Mesquite, Lewisville
Christ Fellowship | McKinney, TX
Pantego Bible Church | Fort Worth, TX
C3 Church | Frisco, TX
National Charity League | Plano, TX
Holy Catholic Church | Duncanville, TX

Contact us


To get Traps into your county juvenile detention center, where many victims are sitting unidentified, email Carly Brown, Director of Prevention & Youth Outreach at carly@traffick911.com.

 

More resources coming soon... 

Traffick911 is working hard to provide more resources for communities outside our service area (read more about our work and service area). If you are interested in bringing the Traps program into your school, youth group, youth shelter, Juvenile Detention, Boys and Girls Club, etc., and are outside our service area, please fill out the below form and we will notify you as soon as more resources are available. 

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