Help NAPNAP Partners support vulnerable children.
COVID-19 hasn’t stopped child trafficking, but it has prevented NAPNAP Partners from conducting in-person training events for healthcare providers. In the last two years, our ACT Advocates train-the-trainer program has successfully taught more than 8,000 healthcare providers to identify child trafficking victims and potential victims and connect them to needed services. But our work is far from over. With unemployment on the rise, even more children and adolescents are at risk of becoming homeless and vulnerable to preying traffickers.
We’re raising money so we can create updated virtual content and relaunch our in-person training when it is safe to gather. We also plan to launch a training program to teach members of the public to recognize the signs of trafficking. Do you know how to identify a child at risk? Please help us raise money to eliminate child trafficking through early identification. Donate today to help us protect vulnerable children.