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AACs Release White Paper on Little-Discussed Problem: Human Trafficking and Older Adults (1/31/22)

On this last day of Human Trafficking Prevention Month 2022, the Adult Advocacy Centers are releasing a new white paper that focuses on the largely unrecognized tragedy of the trafficking of older adults for sex, labor or benefits. Read more...

Adult Advocacy Centers Awarded $26K Grant to Develop Screening, Assessment Tools for Human Trafficking Survivors with Disabilities (12/1/21)

The Adult Advocacy Centers (AACs) are pleased to announce an award of $26,000 in grant funds from the Pallottine Foundation of Huntington. The money will be used to create screening and assessment tools for human trafficking survivors with disabilities, in addition to a curriculum to train professionals to use the... Read more...

AACs, Eyes Up Appalachia Release New Human Trafficking Publications for I/DD Community (11/15/21)

Today, the Adult Advocacy Centers and our partners at Eyes Up Appalachia are releasing a series of four new publications about human trafficking written specifically for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Read more...

New AACs Guidebook Offers Help for Human Trafficking Victims with Disabilities in Ohio (4/23/21)

NEW TODAY! The Adult Advocacy Centers are releasing a new publication that puts Ohio at the forefront in the fight against human trafficking, focusing on the needs of people with disabilities. The publication, A Resource Guidebook for Human Trafficking Victims and Survivors with Disabilities, was written in partnership with consulting... Read more...