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The following resources will help you navigate through the myriad of issues that surrounds human trafficking.  We are gathering information to include here.  If you would like to be included as a resource, email Lisa Helth at

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Blue Campaign

One Voice. One Mission. End Human Trafficking

In June we began a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign's national public awareness campaign designed to educate the public, law enforcement, and other industry partners to recognize the indicators of human trafficking, and how to appropriately respond to possible cases.

In mid-August, we were happy to see our efforts to create an effective media campaign flood South Dakota from Sioux Falls (Mnihaha) to Rapid City (Mniluzahan). Now our logo and website address, alongside the Blue Campaign, are being advertised on billboards, online social media ads, and radio announcements. 

The also have a Poster Awareness Series:

Native Communities Awareness Poster Series

These posters were created to raise awareness of human trafficking among Native communities. Informed by Native survivors of human trafficking, the series uses culturally-relevant images and messages. Organizations working to reach Native communities with information about human trafficking can display these posters in locations like schools, community centers, and offices. View/Download HERE.

Click HERE to Request Blue Campaign Materials.

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Familial Trafficking

What is Familial Trafficking?  familial trafficking is the abuse or exploitation of a victim at the hands of someone they know.  READ MORE.

Paving the Way SD

The South Dakota branch of Paving the Way of Florida is a fierce disruption in the cycle of child trafficking through education and empowerment to prevent children from being lured into this world.

Contact (336) 337-0900.  More information on their Facebook Page.

Where All Women Are Honored

Providing emergency shelter services to protect women and children who have been victims of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.  Contact (605) 391-2609.  More information on their Facebook Page.


Treasured Lives

Helping to end sex trafficking – FOR IMMEDIATE HELP 7am – 10pm CALL (605) 416-HOPE. Treasured Lives provides a crisis house in South Dakota for survivors of sex trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE).  They also provide Support Groups, Training, and more.  READ MORE.

South Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force

The State of South Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force's Mission is to facilitate a collaborative effort to prevent trafficking of persons within the State and tribal nations, prosecution of perpetrators, community education and awareness, and to protect and provide services to trafficking survivors. READ MORE.

Association for the Recovery of Children - ARC

ARC exercises a clandestine component to its operations, contracted through various sources of intelligence to facilitate the recovery of missing, abducted, trafficked and exploited American children in the U.S. or in foreign locations.  ARC'S TEAM has a network of 150 experienced affiliates and operators worldwide. ARC is well-equipped to locate and recovery children no matter where they have been taken. READ MORE.

Take It Down 

Having nudes online is scary,
but there is hope to get it taken down. Take It Down is a free service provided by NCMEC that can help you remove or stop the online sharing of nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit images or videos taken of you when you were under 18 years old.  READ MORE

NCMEC CyperTipline

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's CyperTipline helps remove nude, partially nude or sexually explicit photos and videos of underage people by assigning a unique digital fingerprint to the images or videos. Minors will continue to be encouraged to make a CyberTipline report or report to the platforms directly using the instructions provided by CyperTipline. READ MORE., a project operated by the Revenge Porn Helpline, introduces innovative technology that is used by tech companies to help people from becoming victims by preventing sharing of specific intimate images. Individuals over age 18+ can use this online service to request the removal of non-consensual intimate images/videos. READ MORE.

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