Child Trafficking Solutions Project Coalition (CTSP)
Help Us Fight Child Trafficking
in Your Community!
The Child Trafficking Solutions Project (CTSP) is a state-wide coalition comprised of human trafficking organizations, local, state and federal law enforcement, government agencies, NGO's, child protective services and survivor care providers.
CTSP works to rescue and restore child victims of sex trafficking through development of uniform response protocols, training, and strategic partnerships with law enforcement, first-responders, healthcare providers, juvenile justice, child-welfare agencies, and schools, while mobilizing communities to prevent abuse, raise awareness and increase safety.
Customized comprehensive training is offered for audiences of law enforcement, first responders, medical personnel, educators, child-serving professionals, parents and students to prevent, recognize and respond to child trafficking.
Our Trafficking Training is offered at no-charge for all law enforcement.
CTSP Focus Areas
Comprehensive Training (CE credentialed) and Training Resources customized for Law Enforcement, Child Welfare, Social Services, Health/Mental Health, Educators, Hospitality, Parents/Students, Community-At-Large
Establishment of Uniform Response Protocols and MOA across disciplines including law enforcement, child protective services, juvenile justice, health care, CAC re: recognizing and responding to human and child trafficking
CSEC Victim Response, Safety, Support, Survivor Care Services to include evidence-based assessment tools, safe and stable housing, trauma-informed mental health services, medical, education, navigation of justice system, and care coordination
Strengthen public policy, regulations and legislation to improve prevention, prosecution, and victim-centered services for CSEC survivors and at-risk children/youth
Community awareness and prevention
Mobilizing municipalities to become Trafficking Free Zones to include training, ordinances, awareness campaign
Children’s Aid Society of Alabama (CAS) is delighted to announce that the Child Trafficking Solutions Project (CTSP), created in 2016 and supported since inception by the Children’s Policy Cooperative (JeffCo CPC), became an official program of CAS on 7/1/2022 and began providing direct services under the CAS umbrella on 10/1/2022. We are fortunate that Teresa Collier, primary educator for CTSP and a Forensic Child Interview Specialist, has joined CAS as the CTSP Program Director. CTSP now has a permanent home base at the CAS Alice McSpadden Williams Center for Children, Youth, and Families on Birmingham’s Southside. The specialized CTSP service team will spend most of their time expanding partnerships around the state through training sessions, conferences, and other public education and awareness activities. Read Press Release
Please contact Children's Aid Society to request training, information, materials, and/or how to become involved: