Substance Abuse and Human Trafficking
Children at the intersection of substance abuse and/or human trafficking are left incredibly vulnerable, with a need for serious support for their mental health and well-being. This series is designed to equip adults with provide critical guidance on the mental health and well-being needs of children impacted by these issues.
1 in 8 children under the age of 18 have lived in households with at least one parent who has substance use disorder (SUD). Adults battling substance abuse, as well as their children, are frequently the victims of human trafficking.
The COVID-19 pandemic has only introduced new challenges for people with SUD, which has in turn directly exacerbated the domestic child human trafficking crisis.
In response to this call, The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children and No Limit Generation (NLG) partnered to create this series to provide critical guidance and support for children impacted by substance abuse and/or human trafficking. By learning about evidence-based practices to support children, adults are equipped with a higher level of mental health literacy, making them more likely to seek necessary professional help for a child in such traumatic situations.
Understanding Drug Endangered Children
Understanding Human Trafficking
The Nexus Between Drug Endangered Children & Human Trafficking
Addressing Drug Endangered Children and Human/Sex Trafficking: A Collaborative Approach
Crafted in partnership with The National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children.
By leveraging our partner networks, this series can make a positive life-changing impact for over 100,000 children.
Designed to easily equip adults with education and community services proven to help improve outcomes for children.