Resources to Help Children and Youth Recover from Commercial Sexual Exploitation

A counselor comforts an adolescent girl.

Over the last decade, communities have become increasingly aware of traffickers who sexually exploit young people for profit. Here are two ways your agency can learn more about the commercial sexual exploitation of youth and how to transform awareness into action:

More on Responding to the Sexual Exploitation of Youth

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