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How to help stop human trafficking

  • National Human Trafficking Resource Center To report information about a potential human trafficking situation please call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) Hotline at 1-888-373-7888. The call is toll free and the hotline is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Call specialists are available to take your tips and offer referrals to local service providers, as well as provide comprehensive anti-trafficking resources and information. To report a situation electronically email:
  • Polaris Project- organization in the United States combating all forms of human trafficking and serving both U.S. citizens and foreign national victims, including men, women, and children. Also operates the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.
  • The Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) in Los Angeles is an alliance of noprofit service providers, grassroots advocacy groups and activists dedicated to providing human services and human rights advocacy to victims of modern-day slavery.
  • Human Trafficking Organization gives the list of non-governmental organizations who are fighting to stop human trafficking within the United States. It gives a list of the States who have organizations to help.
  •  The A 21 Campaign provides trafficked victims a safe, loving, and comforting environment, access to medical care and psychological assessment, vocational training, assistance in university education, life guidance/counseling, and access to legal assistance. We work closely with police, hospitals and government officials, and are seeing justice being brought to new rescued victims each month. (
  •  United Nations Office on Drug and Crime established a Blue Heart Campaign to fund governments, as well as intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, to protect and support victims of human trafficking so that they can recover from their physical and psychological scars. (
  •  Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking works with all stakeholders - governments, business, academia, civil society and the media - to support each other's work, create new partnerships and develop effective tools to fight human trafficking.(