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Sharing – Improved mental health = less chance for human trafficking

I felt this:

“When a person is down, distressed, or at the end of their ropes – they don’t think clearly. It’s when they are most vulnerable. “

This is true for trafficking, and it’s true for child sexual abuse, and it’s true for a variety of other ways in which people might try to take advantage of someone. People with poor mental health, poor connections to other people, and living in chaotic situations are more vulnerable. The best tool to prevent these things is to work on having fewer vulnerable people.

Mental health resources could go a long way.

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