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AACs, Eyes Up Appalachia Release New Human Trafficking Publications for I/DD Community

November 15, 2021 / Human Trafficking

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Today, the Adult Advocacy Centers and our partners at Eyes Up Appalachia are releasing a series of four new publications about human trafficking written specifically for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The resources use easy-to-understand language to explain human trafficking topics and what to do if they or someone they know may be a victim of human trafficking.

Download the Publications:

Signs of Sex Trafficking

Signs of Labor Trafficking

Myths about Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking: How to Be Safe Online