The resources below can be used to promote the Wisconsin Talks campaign. Note that resources will open in a new browser tab.
This Partner Toolkit was designed to assist partners and community members in promoting the Wisconsin Talks campaign on social/digital media channels and through earned media efforts.
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Downloadable Campaign Materials
Posters 8.5" x 11"
Spanish Posters 8.5" x 11"
Copy and paste these campaign social-media posts on your various social-media pages; click the accompanying image to download it and attach it to your post.
Facebook Post 1
Do you know how to report a case of suspected #HumanTrafficking? To make a report, contact the county or tribe where you live. If the agency is not known, contact the closest county. You can make a report at any time using the link below. #DoGood #WI #WITalks
Facebook Post 2
Do you know the signs that might indicate that a youth is being trafficked? The Wisconsin Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation Indicator and Response Guide lists the signs to look for if you have concerns that a child or youth you have contact with might be being sexually trafficked or exploited. Visit the link below to learn more.
#WI #HumanTrafficking #WITalks
Facebook Post 3
WI, We Need to Talk.... #StopHumanTrafficking #DoGood #WI #WITalkshttp://WisconsinTalks.org
Facebook Post 4
Take the quiz to show what you know about youth sex trafficking in #WI – Share your results with your friends! #StopHumanTrafficking #WITalks #WIhttps://dcf.wisconsin.gov/wisconsintalks/how-do-i-know
Facebook Post 5
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supports the efforts of the "WI, We Need to Talk" campaign. Click the website linked below to find out more about this statewide community awareness effort. #StopHumanTrafficking #WITalkshttp://www.WisconsinTalks.org
Facebook Post 6
Talking about human trafficking is hard, experiencing it is harder... #WI #StopHumanTrafficking #WITalks
Facebook Post 7
The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families has created an online toolkit that is a source of public information available to local communities, professionals, and other citizens interested in addressing the issue of human trafficking. Visit the link below to see the toolkit. #HumanTrafficking in #Wisconsin #WITalks
Facebook Post 8
Human traffickers often recruit youth with force or deception. They may exploit youth through fraud, abuse of power, control, and violence. Youth are recruited for #HumanTrafficking both online and in-person. Parents should ensure that their children are being safe on the internet and monitor their internet use. For more information about internet safety, visit the link below. #WI #WITalks
Facebook Post 9
"Trafficking of children and youth is a growing concern across the nation, and here in #Wisconsin. Trafficking occurs in cities, suburbs, and rural areas. It is a statewide issue. Click the link below to learn how to recognize the signs and how to report a suspected case of trafficking or child endangerment." #HumanTrafficking #WITalks
Twitter Post 1
WI, we need to talk.... Help us start the conversation about youth sex trafficking. #StopHumanTrafficking #WI #WITalks
Twitter Post 2
Do you know how to report a case of suspected #HumanTrafficking? To make a report, contact the county or tribe where you live. If the agency is not known, contact the closest county. You can make a report at any time using the link below. #DoGood #WI #WITalks https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/reportabuse
Twitter Post 3
2-1-1 WI connects #WI residents with many programs, including assistance to those who are being used for #HumanTrafficking. 2-1-1 offers services to all ages, not just youth. Call 2-1-1 or visit them online at: https://211wisconsin.org #WITalks