Know Who To Call

If you feel you experienced someone being trafficked or you are being trafficked yourself, please do not hesitate to call the numbers below for help and proper assistance. You are capable of saving a life.

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”

-Arthur Ashe


National Human Trafficking Hotline



When: You are in a situation and unsure if it is human trafficking, or the victim does not require immediate assistance.


Why: To give (anonymous) tips, or provide a victim assistance through safety planning, emotional support, and/or connections to medical services through a network of trained partners.


Local Police/911


When: There are obvious signs of neglect, abuse or immediate danger to a victim or yourself. The victim needs immediate medical attention.


Why: To get immediate assistance in a dangerous situation.