• July 2018

Dept of State: 15 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking

A group of diverse kids stand around.

The Department of State offers 15 ways to help fight human trafficking. These options include data, facts, and stats on modern day slavery. It proposes that schools include information on modern slavery in curricula and to educate students on how traffickers target school-aged children. 

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  • July 2018

US DHS: Indicators of Human Trafficking

The road to recovery.

South Carolina identified this resource as a tool to address Mental Health and Suicide.

The Department of Homeland Security provides bullet-points to help identify indicators that someone may be a victim of human trafficking. 

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  • July 2018

SC Youth Risk Behaviors Survey (YRBS)

CCSSO is committed to creating a more equitable education system for all children which includes providing a safe and supportive school environment, access to a well-rounded curriculum, appropriate technology, and regular examination of additional unmet needs for all children.

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  • July 2018

Youth Suicide Warning Signs

A teacher sits in a circle with a group of students. One is bent over sharing something emotional.

The American Association of Suicidology (AAS),  National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide (NCPYS), the Sucide Awareness Voices of Education, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration convined a panel reviewed the full body of literature available on the signs som

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  • July 2018

Youth Suicide Prevention - Youth.gov

A female student gazes downward as she walks alone along a school corridor.

The U.S. Government's Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs is composed of representatives from 20 federal agencies that support programs and services focusing on youth, Youth.gov, has created a repository of information dedicated to preventing youth suicide.

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