TOOLS TO EDUCATE

The list of educational content and links below have been curated from our vast and diverse volunteer team. If you have knowledge to donate please contact us and we will review and add when we can.

 

ARTICLES

A high level review of the realities of human trafficking from the experts at the non-profit Just Ask.

In-depth data by the research-driven non-profit Polaris.

Up-to-date ways on how to keep children safe online.

A high level article from NCPTF's blog.

Education and resources from the Innocent Lives Foundation .

PROGRAMS

Personal safety lessons for educators, parents and kids by the non-profit experts at National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Online safety education program by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Online safety education program approved for two (2) contact hours of continuing education by The National Association of Social Workers.

An extensive database of online webinars from experts in the field brought to you via registration by the National Children's Advocacy Center.

 

BOOKS & PODCASTS

A children's picture book by Jayneen Sanders. Appropriate for ages 4 to 10.

A free text version of a book that dives into online safety, best practices for ages 0 to 18 and how to modify electronic use based off of disabilities.

Written by Barbara Jean Wilson, a first hand account of surviving abuse from her own family and neighbors.

 

EDUCATION-FOCUSED NON-PROFITS

Quick access to research, trainers as well as national and direct links of state resources to receive help.

Known for their life saving hotline, they also are champions in statistics gathering and resources.

Home to the in-depth Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO)

A world wide effort to keep up-to-date on trafficking stats and research.

Leaders in prevention curriculum and advocacy.

Quick access to research, trainers as well as national and direct links of state resources to receive help.

Known for their parenting tech talks, toolkits and Nurse CEU courses.

The list of educational content and links have been curated from our vast and diverse volunteer team. If you have knowledge to donate please contact us and we will review and add when we can.

 

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