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poster promoting human trafficking prevention
Human trafficking is the misuse of other people. This often happens for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
Many youth who are being trafficked do not see themselves as victims. They may not realize they are being trafficked.
Click the above image to learn more from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families "WI, We need to talk" campaign.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911. If you suspect someone may be experiencing trafficking, report it.

You can also report through the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.

Call the toll-free number at


If you suspect anyone younger than the age of 18 may be being trafficked,

make a report.

You also can call

The Family Center at 715-421-1511 for more information.

photo of young girl with sign saying "I'm not for sale."
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