Say No More: The Game

“Toys are not really as innocent as they look. Toys and games are the prelude to serious ideas”

Charles Eames

Our game

Say No More is a preventative educational tool to help educate both early-teen girls and social workers on sex trafficking. Say No More is not meant as a diagnostic tool for social workers, but rather to to help better assess, identify and empower girls ages 12-15 who may be at risk, or are currently being trafficked.

For pre-teen girls at risk of sex trafficking, Say No More is a tool that allows them to reflect on uncomfortable situations, healthy relationship boundaries, and practice saying no.

For social workers who need to be better informed about domestic sex trafficking, Say No More is a tool that allows them to easily get a pulse on risk factors in the groups they already work with.

Our goal is to help:

  • Empower early teen girls to learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
  • Improve awareness of the problem of sex trafficking in the USA.
  • Assist social workers to more easily identify girls who are at risk, or may be currently trafficked and provide helpful resources for further information.
  • Create a safe learning environment rooted in judgement free, and supportive group facilitation.

Our goal is to help:

  • Empower early teen girls to learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
  • Improve awareness of the problem of sex trafficking in the USA.
  • Assist social workers to more easily identify girls who are at risk, or may be currently trafficked and provide helpful resources for further information.
  • Create a safe learning environment rooted in judgement free, and supportive group facilitation.