We work hard to child exploitation and trafficking from ever happening.
We engage children, youth, and adults with prevention messages and trainings through our Project POST curriculum, DMST trainings, and Internet Safety trainings.
DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) Training
This training equips individuals to identify signs of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and sexual exploitation of children, as well as the proper way to respond if they believe they have identified a victim.
Internet Safety Training for Parents
This training includes information on hiding apps, chatrooms, sexting, permanence of what is placed on the internet, etc. It also includes information about grooming, predators, victims and what DMST is and how it begins. This training equips parents, teachers, leaders and pastors to identify signs of children and youth participating in risky behaviors online.
Internet Safety Training for Youth
This training equips middle and high school aged youth to recognize signs of online sexual exploitation and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST), and to be aware of the dangers of participating in risky behaviors that could lead to them being targeted or lured into exploitation. This training includes information on chatrooms, sexting, permanence of what is placed on the internet, information about how predators groom
victims, what DMST is and how it begins.
Take a look at our current public trainings on our events calendar.
We provide our trainings, presentations and educational programs in the form of webinars.
We provide awareness presentations and trainings for your group, upon request and as frequently as needed.
Project POST (Positive Online Social Tools)
Project POST was created to aid in stopping sexual exploitation before it begins. This training is a video series for youth. It includes a discussion guide, as well as a curriculum which can be used in the classroom setting. Project POST covers information
on internet safety (i.e. chatrooms, sexting, permanence of what is placed on the internet), grooming, predators and victims, as well as training on what DMST is and how it begins. When completed, youth will be able to recognize signs of sexual exploitation and DMST, and will be aware of the dangers of participating in risky behaviors that could lead to them being targeted or lured into exploitation. This curriculum is a free resource to anyone.
Junior Advocate Program
Our Junior Advocate Program is a program to develop the next generation of leaders by increasing engagement in high school students with peer-to-peer training and outreach that will result in creating lifelong ambassadors to our ministry and mission. This is an 11-month program open to high school students only that will give each participant opportunities to volunteer and advocate for Street Hope TN.
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