prevention

Giving Surachai a Chance

As part of our End of Year Fundraising Campaign, we’re sharing a series of stories about kids who have turned your support into an opportunity

Thankful

It’s just a couple of days before Thanksgiving, and we are excited and proud to share all we have to be thankful for! It is

End of Year Preview

Friends of The Freedom Story, it’s that time of year again! A preview of what’s ahead: We’re gearing up to launch our end of year

Trafficking and the Tech Industry

We’ve written before about the rising influence of and risk in social media with children like our students, who might use it to find friends,

How Lucky We Are to Have Luck

“Teaching at-risk children psychology is an important part of prevention.” – Luck Pii Luck (as the students call her) has been using her degree in

The Impact of Prevention

We recently added a new page to our website highlighting some results from our research. The research comes from surveys we’ve been developing, as part

The Burden Students Carry

The stereotypical image we have of the average college-age person is a student who, outside of classwork and studying has few responsibilities. They might have

Attitudes on Sexual Abuse and Blame

Children are not immune to the cultural messages we share about who is to blame when it comes to sexual abuse, shame, and sex trafficking.