United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Tocqueville Women United continue the work focused on human trafficking after leading the successful effort to pass the 2016 State Constitutional Amendment for the Safe Harbor for Sexual Exploited Children Fund.

You can join us in a combined effort to #TraffickProofATL.

Take this short 20-minute training to heighten your awareness of human trafficking throughout the Greater Atlanta region. Hit the Take the Training button below and register to get started.


You will learn:

  • What is human trafficking?
  • The signs of what it looks like to be trafficked
  • What to do when you witness someone being human trafficked

When taking the training, be sure to indicate that you heard about it through United Way of Greater Atlanta. Then please share with your family, friends and your entire network, as training of all individuals is a critical path to preventing human trafficking in our communities.

OUR GOAL: train 50,000 individuals on human trafficking by 2020. What number will you be?


Learn Something. See Something. Do Something.



United Way of Greater Atlanta is the largest United Way in the nation and is focused on improving the lives of more than 250,000 children by 2027. Through the organization’s Child Well-Being Impact Fund, it invests in more than 140 programs in 13 counties to help children reach their full potential. United Way of Greater Atlanta continues to bring together people and resources to tackle complex issues like Human Trafficking to drive sustainable change to our communities. Qualitative and quantitative research confirms that children living in poverty, living in fragile families without consistent positive adult support, and those with low school performance are most at risk of being TRAFFICKED.