AATN Launches New Website


It’s no secret that human trafficking is a serious issue that affects countless people around the world. Sadly, Arizona has become a major hub for the trafficking of individuals, and the Arizona Anti-Trafficking Network (AATN) has been working tirelessly to combat this growing problem.

Today, we’re thrilled to announce that AATN is launching a major revamp of our anti-human trafficking website. This new version of the website will feature a redesigned interface that is easier to navigate and more user-friendly. The website will also include new content, such as informative blog posts and detailed resources for victims and survivors of human trafficking.

The website’s main page includes several tabs, each of which leads to a different page with relevant information. For example, the “Programs” tab provides access to all of the great programs that fall under AATN’s larger umbrella — from training tourism industry professionals at all levels to identify, report and prevent human trafficking to working to stop sex buyers before they buy, AATN has several programs working all over the state to help rid Arizonans of the evil of sex and labor trafficking. You can learn more about each of our programs above.

For more direct access to the training programs we offer, feel free to browse our “Training” tab. We have also included a handy Myths vs Facts training guide to help get you going in the right direction. Under the “About Us” section, you can find several helpful tabs, including: an about section introducing each member of our board, our 990 submissions to the IRS, information on the Jade Richard Scholarship Fund, and our contact information.

Finally, under the final section, you can find our Blog. Tune in for more handy guides on sex and labor trafficking, announcements, and information here.

We are proud to be part of this initiative to fight human trafficking in Arizona. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive resource for those affected by human trafficking, and to educate the public about its dangers. We hope that this revamp of our website will make it easier for victims and survivors to access the help they need and for the public to get involved in the fight against human trafficking.

If you’d like to learn more about the AATN and our work, please give us a follow on any of the social media profiles at the top of the page. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of victims and survivors of human trafficking and put an end to this terrible crime.

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