I wanted to share this fantastic new resource guide developed by one of the work groups from the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force. This guide provides background on best practice, principles of prevention, identifying resources for the classroom, developing a prevention plan, age appropriate teaching suggestions, analysis of specific programs, and guidelines for implementation and evaluation. It is really quite thorough and is full of excellent ideas and suggestions. The guide also provides an analysis of multiple prevention programs that currently exist, including 7 determined to be “best practice” by the work group. This is an excellent resource to engage schools and other community organizations focused on child sexual abuse and exploitation prevention!
You can learn more about the guide here.