July 2019 – Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) passed a resolution recognizing Just Ask Prevention (now ATI) as one of only 3 global leaders in the development of human trafficking prevention curriculum.
January 2020 – Rep. Chris Smith, the author of the landmark legislation protecting trafficking victims and recognizing human trafficking as a crime (Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000), mentioned Just Ask (now ATI) as one of the primary organizations providing prevention curriculum on the frontline of the fight against human trafficking (watch from minute 10:15 – 10:22). https://youtu.be/bv5sa8OdSlc
2019 – Non-Profit of the Year by Rotary International
2019 – Just Ask Prevention (now ATI) was asked to provide testimony to the House Rules Committee by Chairman McGovern: Solving an Epidemic: Addressing human trafficking around major events like the Super Bowl and the need for cross-jurisdictional solutions (House of Representatives Committee on Rules)
January 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 – In honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors passed a proclamation recognizing “the continued leadership of Just Ask Prevention Project [now ATI] to increase awareness of human trafficking and equip individuals to resist and prevent it, making Fairfax County inhospitable to traffickers.”
January 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, and 2020 – In honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Fairfax County School Board passed a proclamation recognizing that “the Just Ask Prevention Project [now ATI] is the ‘Gold Standard’ in prevention curriculum and their program has saved countless lives.”