Human Trafficking/Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Prevention
Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is committed to preventing human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children in our state. According to Dr. Richard Estes, “Child sexual exploitation is the most hidden form of child abuse in the U.S. and North America today. It is the nation’s least recognized epidemic.”
Human trafficking is a serious problem in New Jersey with children and adolescents at risk for being exploited through prostitution and pornography. PCA-NJ offers an array of prevention programs. For information about any of our programs to prevent human trafficking, contact Victoria Spera, Program Coordinator at [email protected]
DCF Partnership Prevention Programs & Trainings: Human Trafficking and Prevention Program Trainings for DCF-contracted providers only.
Affiliate Site Forms & Resources: Documentation and Resources for trained Prevention Program Facilitators.
Trainings for Professionals: Public trainings, provided for a fee.
Youth & Community Programs: Additional programs for youth or communities, provided for a fee.