Human Trafficking Infoline

As a form of modern day slavery, human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry that strips the freedom of individuals all around the world. Force, fraud, and coercion can be used to lure victims into sex trafficking, forced labor, and debt bondage. These forms of trafficking all revolve around exploitation of human beings. It is often the case that victims face many challenges to accessing help as traffickers may confiscate personal documents, deny access to money or friend and family contacts, and manipulate to ensure they will not lose control over the victim.

The Network established the Human Trafficking Infoline as a non-emergency line designed to provide resources and referrals directly to victims and survivors of human trafficking, as well as provide education, training, and support to the service providers who work with, and advocate for, those individuals.

Suspect a case of human trafficking?
Need resources for victims?
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The Infoline is staffed during regular business hours (9am-5pm), Monday-Friday. All services are FREE, SAFE and CONFIDENTIAL.