Become a Facilitator

Do you offer services to victims of commercial sexual exploitation? Are you looking for a powerful, life-changing curriculum that leads to growth and positive community? If you answered yes, come join over 1,200 ETG Facilitators across the nation who share this important, challenging and rewarding mission.


Please take a moment to read our FAQs about Certification Process, Cost, Curriculum Features, and more. When you're ready to move forward simply click Become A Facilitator below to complete a 5-minute registration form.

Is ETG Supporter Training right for your group?

This advanced-level professional training is designed for anyone who has any contact with sex trafficking victims in any capacity and for those who have decision-making responsibilities regarding sex trafficking victims. Please visit the About ETG Supporter Training page to learn more.

Journey To Wellness (Ending The Game)

How do Human Trafficking Survivors Assess Recovery?

“Its not like recovery from drugs where if I stay clean I know I’m getting better. I don’t feel recovered from trafficking just because my body isn’t being trafficked. It’s still in my head a lot.” - A Survivor

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A girl sits with her arms folded and her face saying "Leave Me Alone"

Understanding Coercion (The Game)

Coercion in Human Trafficking (Pt. 2)

“Leave me alone, I’m fine.” – A victim

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A girl's hands picking up the pieces of a broken mirror in a dark room

Understanding Coercion (The Game)

Coercion in Human Trafficking (Pt. 1)

“Give a girl a little bit of heaven and you can take her all the way to hell.” – A Trafficker

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Research (Advancing the Anti-Trafficking Field)

Key Causes of Sex Trafficking in America

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Understanding Coercion (The Game)

Who are you calling a VICTIM?

"Who are you calling a victim? I make more money than you!" - a 15-year-old that was court ordered to ETG by a Prostitution Diversion Program for minors.

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Prevention

Not "if" but "when": Sexual Predation Online

55 % of sex-trafficked youth entering “the life” in 2015 met their trafficker(s) through text, website or an app.

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