January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. The National Human Trafficking Hotline estimates that almost 13 percent of human trafficking victims come from California. The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) offers financial support for victims, including compensation for income loss, relocation, medical, dental and mental health treatment, residential security and more.
You can help us to raise awareness about human trafficking and the compensation available to victims.
Below are suggested social media posts, along with images created for Facebook/Instagram and X (Twitter). You can include your logo using the blank spaces on the images provided.
Share our messages or create your own and tag us in your posts.
- Instagram: @HelpingVictims
- X (Twitter): @HelpingVictims
- Facebook: @California Victim Compensation Board
- LinkedIn: #CalVCB
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. During January, we celebrate the efforts of survivor advocates, anti-trafficking organizations, and law enforcement all around the world to raise awareness about human trafficking and end it in all its forms.
During National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, you can learn how to be an effective and supportive ally to survivors. Look out for these signs if you suspect someone you know is being trafficked.
If you or a loved one is a victim of human trafficking, agencies from the California Victim Services Coordination Council can help. These state agencies can aid survivors with housing and relocation, finding counseling, restraining orders, and more. Learn more about the Coordination Council here: https://victims.ca.gov/for-victims/state-services/