Research Roundup: Responses to Youth Sex Trafficking in Different Areas
New studies examine what can be done to prevent and address commercial sexual exploitation in cities bordering Mexico, small cities, and large metro areas such as Boston.
Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Status Update Released
Learn about progress made so far by federal partners, including the Administration for Children and Families and the Family and Youth Services Bureau.
New Study Looks at Experiences of LGBTQ Youth Engaged in Survival Sex in New York
The Urban Institute study sheds light on the lives of youth who trade sex for cash or shelter, a practice common among youth alone on the streets.
New Anti-Trafficking Guide Helps Schools Become Safe Havens
The resource for educators and others who work with youth comes from the U.S. Department of Education's National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments.
FYSB Grantee Coordinates Anti-Trafficking Network in Arizona
Learn about the Arizona Partnership to End Domestic Trafficking, one of three groups awarded Family & Youth Services Bureau demonstration grants aimed at helping victims of severe trafficking.