Human Trafficking in Missouri Project
The “Human Trafficking in Missouri Provider Based Needs Assessment, Demographic Snapshot, and Proposed Strategic Solutions” and “State of Missouri & Metro East Anti-Trafficking Strategic Plan” conducted by Andrea Nichols Ph.D. and Kathleen Preble Ph.D., MSW was a three year research project funded by the Missouri Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (MCAHT).
- Wave 1: Missouri Resource Guide
- Wave 2: Needs Assessment
- Wave 3: Community Strategic Plan
Digital Media Toolkit
CATE, with the support of MCAHT, Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH), and the co-researchers, developed the following Research Media Toolkits for individuals, community members, and organizations to share the findings of the 2019 Needs Assessment and Strategic Plan for the purpose of community awareness, fundraising, legislative advocacy, etc. Unfortunately, due to the global pandemic, the formal dissemination of this research was delayed. We believe the research findings maintain their relevance due to the limited research available on this topic. There are plans to update this data in the future.
Look below to find statewide data and your region’s digital media packet!
Each digital media toolkit includes a statewide infographic, regional infographic, social media graphics + captions, newsletter template, website template, email template, and a contact list.
We hope you will utilize this toolkit to share the findings of the study on your social media and to reach out to decision-makers, community members, and public or private funding sources.