Toolkit

Spread awareness of sex trafficking in your community with our downloadable toolkit. Download and share in your establishment, on your social media pages and on your website.

Posters & flyers

4.25 x 5.5 Native Flyer, 4×4 DOWNLOAD

4.25 x 5.5 Standard Flyer, 4×4 DOWNLOAD

11 x 17 Native Poster DOWNLOAD

11 x 17 Standard Poster DOWNLOAD

workplace training

Standard Flyer 4.25 x 5.5, 4×4 DOWNLOAD

11 x 17 Standard Poster DOWNLOAD

Standard Flyer 4.25 x 5.5, 4×4 DOWNLOAD

11 x 17 Standard Poster DOWNLOAD

videos

To learn more about the reality of sex trafficking in Minnesota, watch the stories of survivors and their families.

Resources

Learn more about sex trafficking, its impact on our communities and how to support victims and survivors from these additional resources provided by organizations in Minnesota and across the country.

State and national resources

The Advocates for Human Rights
Minneapolis, MN | 608.341.3302
theadvocatesforhumanrights.org

Breaking Free
Saint Paul, MN | 651.645.6557
breakingfree.net

Civil Society
Saint Paul, MN | 651.291.0713
civilsocietyhelps.org

DOVE (Down on Violence Everywhere)
Crisis Line: 877.830.DOVE (3683)
civilsocietyhelps.org

Heartland Girls’ Ranch
Benson, MN | 320.843.4815
heartlandgirlsranch.org

Lutheran Social Services
Saint Paul, MN | 800.582.5260
lssmn.org

Mending the Sacred Hoop
Duluth, MN | 218.623.HOOP or 888.305.1650
mshoop.org

Minnesota Department of Health Sexual Violence Prevention Program
Saint Paul, MN | 651.201.5483
health.state.mn.us/svp

Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center
Minneapolis, MN | 612.728.2000
miwrc.org

Minnesota Task Force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Report to the State Legislature
Minnesota MMIW Task Force
View Report

Strategies to Restore Justice for Sex Trafficked Native Women
Christine Stark
link.springer.com

Minnesota Men’s Action Network/Men as Peacemakers
Duluth, MN | 218.727.1939
menaspeacemakers.org

National Network for Missing and Exploited Children
Alexandria, VA | 703.224.2150
missingkids.org

Olmsted County Victim Services
Rochester, MN | 507.289.0636
Victim Services

PAVSA (Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault)
Rochester, MN | Crisis Line: 218.726.1931
pavsa.org

Polaris Project
Washington, DC | Crisis Line: 202.745.1001
polarisproject.org

Southwest Crisis Center
Safe Line: 800.376.4311 or Youth Text Line: 218.666.8336
mnswcc.org

Support Within Reach
800.708.2727 or 866.747.5008
supportwithinreach.org

The Link
Minneapolis, MN | 612.871.0748
thelinkmn.org

Tubman
Minneapolis, MN | 612.825.3333
tubman.org

Report: National Workgroup on Safe Housing for Native Survivors of Gender-Based Violence
National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC), Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV)
View Report

downloadable resources

About the Don’t Buy It Project
Men As Peacemakers
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Garden of Truth: The Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women in Minnesota
Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition
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Human Trafficking and the Hotel Industry
Polaris
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Promising Practices: An Overview of Trauma-informed Therapeutic Support for Survivors of Human Trafficking
Polaris and Sanar
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Reporting on Sexual Violence: A Guide for Journalists
Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
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Colonization, Homelessness and the Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women
Christine Stark and Eileen Hudon
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Resource for Hotel Staff: Sex Trafficking and Safe Harbors in Minnesota
Minnesota Department of Health
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Safe Harbor Protocol Guidelines
Sexual Violence Justice Institute at the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
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Sex Trafficking and LGBTQ Youth
Polaris
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Staying Safe: Tips for LGBTQ Youth
Polaris
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The U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline: 2019 Data Report
Polaris
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