Unchained provides community awareness events to raise awareness about the issue happening in the United States.   Through awareness, Unchained can help teens, parents and community leaders to identify trafficking before it starts and as it is happening.

Awareness Presentations can vary in length from 30 minutes to 2 hours and are held in a variety of settings which include​


  • Community Events

  • College Campuses

  • Middle Schools and High Schools

  • Juvenile Detention Centers

  • Church and Youth Groups

Community Awareness 

School assemblies

Unchained provides student assemblies for grades 5-12.  Assemblies are age and gender specific.  The primary focus is on social media and grooming that are primary tactics of most traffickers.  Student assemblies for young men talk about similar topics but also focus on accessibility to pornography and the impact that has on the way they view women.  Presentations that are gender specific are taught by gender-specific leaders.