Why We Educate

Our mission is to bring prevention education to youth and families to stop trafficking before it starts. We are committed to keeping children safe by teaching them and the adults in their lives how to prevent human trafficking.

Who We Educate

Students

We educate students in public and private schools, colleges and universities, and youth group settings. We teach students what human trafficking is, how predators operate, and how to protect themselves and others on social media. We strongly emphasize each student’s value and the value of others. We educate based on student age and have unique curricula for elementary, middle school, and high school students, and college aged students.

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Parents, Foster Parents, Mentors, Teachers

We educate the adults in children’s lives to empower them to protect against human trafficking. Topics we cover include an overview of human trafficking, social media safety, and how to protect children from predators.

Community Members

Across the community, we educate those in medical services, social services, law enforcement, school administration, business owners and their staffs, pastoral staffs, and other community members. We are here for anyone who needs prevention education. If you have questions, please contact us. If you would like to schedule a presentation, please request an educator.

How We Educate

The Set Me Free Project’s Standard of Excellence

Our staff is dedicated to ongoing research of the human trafficking and social media industries. This allows us to update our curricula as often as needed to provide our audience members with the most relevant and helpful information. Our presentations are highly interactive. We encourage questions and participation to create the best learning atmosphere to aid in retention of knowledge. The more we know, the safer we will be. Our curriculum has been developed uniquely for each audience we serve. We share resources and tools needed for safety in each presentation we offer.

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