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RRCAHT provides information for individuals, agencies, researchers, donors, legislators, victims, and the concerned public.


Our Links page provides links to Websites, Agencies, Studies and Reports.


Our Information for Medical Professionals page includes links relevant to Medical Professionals and Emergency Medical Service Providers.


A Guide for Parents by Voices for Ohio's children encourages parents to have open discussions with their children about the dangers of human trafficking.


Information about human trafficking from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, such as Myths and Misconceptions about Human Trafficking, Comprehensive Human Trafficking Assessment Tool,  Understanding Victim Mindsets, and Human Trafficking Assessment for Domestic Workers.


New York State's informative poster to raise awareness of human trafficking and exploitation.


Truckers Aganst Trafficking, a website created to inform truckers, truck stop operators, and other travelers of the basic issues involved in human trafficking and a summary of ways to  help. A 28-minute training video  and materials such as wallet cards, posters, window decals can be downloaded.



Walking Prey: How America's Youth Are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery by Holly Austin Smith, published 2014. Advocate and former victim Holly Austin Smith shows how middle class suburban communities are fast becoming the new epicenter of sex trafficking in America. Smith speaks from experience: Without consistent positive guidance or engagement, Holly was ripe for exploitation at age fourteen. A chance encounter with an older man led her to run away from home, and she soon found herself on the streets of Atlantic City. Two decades later, she is an advocate for trafficking victims. Smith argues that these young women should be treated as victims by law enforcement, but that too often the criminal justice system lacks the resources and training to prevent the vicious cycle of prostitution. This is a clarion call to take a sharp look at one of the most striking human rights abuses, and one that is going on in our own backyard. Available in the Monroe County Library System.


Printable posters and brochures are available for download at:

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