If you or someone you know needs HELP,  we want you to have all of the resources you need. We have put together a list of at least one resource in every state that is doing their part to end trafficking and offer services to the ones who need it. See directly below. If you would like more information to help you gain knowledge on the truths of human sex trafficking, see Additional Resources at bottom of page.


United States Resources

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Need Help? Need to Report?

To report suspected human trafficking: 1-866-347-2423

To get help from the local Human Trafficking Hotline (NM): 1-505-GET-FREE

To get help from the National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Resources from HT Hotline, Polaris Project and Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT)

RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

Conversation with my daughter about human trafficking,” a HuffPost article by Stephanie Hepburn

NCMEC Fact Sheet on Child Sex Trafficking

Polaris Human Trafficking FAQs

Risky Online Relationships” curriculum by Common Sense Media

Charm Alarm” online quiz

Child Trafficking in Ohio: A Guide for Parents” by Voice for Ohio’s Children

Girls Like Us,” a memoir by Rachel Lloyd of GEMS

Walking Prey: How America’s Youth are Vulnerable to Sex Slavery,” by Holly Austin Smith

2014 State Ratings on Human Trafficking Laws by Polaris

RESOURCES FOR TRUCKERS

Footage : You may use our three-minute training video trailer. However, the video may not be altered in any way. Credit must be given to Truckers Against Trafficking. Click here to view the video on DropBox and look for the Download option in the upper right corner.

TAT’s Programs: A link to the “What We Do” page, explaining our programs

LINKS TO CURRICULUM ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Empower Youth” program by iEmpathize

Global Centurion–curriculum for middle and high school students

Prevention Project” by Richmond Justice Initiative–6 lesson curriculum for middle and high school students

Toolkits for many segments of the population provided by the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation 

Bodies are Not Commodities” curriculum by the A21 Campaign

Chosen” DVD curriculum by SharedHope

OTHER RESOURCES

Freedom’s Journey: Understanding Human Trafficking,” an interactive site from the online MSW program at the University of Southern California

The Typology of Modern Slavery by Polaris

Únete a la Solución by Polaris: An awareness campaign entirely in Spanish directed toward empowering Latino and Hispanic communities to join the fight against human trafficking.

National Runaway Safeline: The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) serves as the federally designated nation hotline for runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth, and provides 24/7 nationwide hotline (1-800-RUNAWAY) and online services (1800RUNAWAY.org). NRS’ Home Free service provides free Greyhound Lines bus tickets to qualifying runaway and homeless youth, as well as victims of trafficking ages 12-21.

Pimp Culture Glorification and Sex Trafficking: An article from Psychology Today