Can an Adapted Group Therapy Model Help Female Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation?
An intervention originally designed for female prisoners shows promise for treating survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking, a recent study finds.
Do Youth Workers Respond Differently to Sex Trafficking Based on Their County Type?
Researchers examine youth-serving professionals’ awareness of and experience working with victims of sex trafficking.
5 Ways Safe Harbor Laws Support Young Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation
Thirty-four states have adopted laws that decriminalize youth arrested for prostitution and provide services to help them heal.
NCFY Reads: ‘Sex Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma-Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals’
An anti-trafficking advocate and survivor shares her personal experience and what it takes to identify and support trafficked young people.
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.