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Responding to Sexual Exploitation: Tracia's Trust

Breaking the Silence


Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) Specialized Resource Materials

Under the Manitoba Strategy, specialized resource materials on sexual exploitation and sex trafficking are available at the AFM’s library. Resources can be found by accessing the online public access catalogue through the library portion of their website.


Commit to Kids

Commit to Kids LogoCommit to Kids is a child sexual abuse prevention program developed by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection for organizations that work with children. A comprehensive risk management approach beyond criminal record checks and child abuse registry checks, Commit to Kids is a step-by-step plan to help prevent sexual abuse from happening within child serving organizations.


Kids in the Know

Kids in the Know LogoKids in the Know is the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s interactive personal safety education program designed for use in schools, to empower children and reduce their risk of victimization.

Lodge Teachings

New Directions LogoKaapapako Miikiwaap (translated as The Butterfly Lodge) involves a curriculum focusing on preventing the sexual exploitation of children and youth. Training on the lodge teachings is available for people who work with children and youth in a variety of settings. Based on the traditional teachings of the tipi, the values and positive nature of the key concepts help keep children and youth from becoming at risk to exploitation and draw upon a peaceful way of living.  For more information about this program, contact New Directions at (204) 786-7051.

Teatree Tells

Teatree TellsTeatree Tells is a child abuse prevention kit, and is part of a comprehensive safety program called Kids in the Know. The kit, designed for children from 4-6 years of age, is intended to help parents, teachers and educators learn more about protecting children from sexual abuse. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection created Teatree Tells, which includes age appropriate lessons on identifying a safe adult, identifying feelings, naming body parts, establishing personal boundaries and okay, and not okay, touching.