What Can You Do in Your Community?
You can organize your community by pulling together the people and groups that know how to deal with criminals and victims. As an individual citizen, you have more power than you think, but you need to know how to use it. Our organization wants to help you get started. You don’t have to “reinvent the wheel”. But only you, as a leader of your community, along with other leaders, can create a successful movement to eradicate human trafficking, because only you know what your community wants and needs.
How Can HTAP Help?
We’ll show you how other communities have found success.
We’ll send speakers to your community.
We’ll share what has worked elsewhere so you can adapt it for yourself.
We’ll help you develop outreach materials that are tailored for your community.
We’ll help you make your way through the resources that are available.
We’ll help you avoid mistakes and
We’ll ask you to join with other communities to help each other.
What Does It Cost?
HTAP is a non-profit organization, incorporated in the state of Florida, to help communities start public awareness movements in their own communities, to bring these communities together and to support and encourage primary research. We ask communities and groups which would like to work with us to support our work to the fullest extent possible, but we want to be available to any community or organization who wants our services.
HTAP is an organization which has grown out of a desire to take what we’ve learned and share it with others. It is supported by the energy of its founder, board members and volunteers, but we absolutely need your financial help to do our work, especially as we seek grants and other funding from organizations. Your personal help will support us when we most need it.
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There are many ways you can help spread the word about human trafficking and to support the professionals in the field. Community groups and professionals are working together, for example, in creating the Project on Human Trafficking at Floria Gulf Coast University. The Zonta Club of Melbourne, FL, arranged a Regional Community Policing Institute Class in their community. Here is an article about their successful efforts: