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Human Trafficking: Organizations

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Are you or someone you know a victim of human trafficking?
Contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline

Call: 1-888-373-7888

 Text: 233733

Non-Profit Organizations

Polaris Project

  • The Polaris Project utilizes a victim centered model to help survivors and pursue traffickers where they operate. For the pst 10 years Polaris has run the Nation Human Trafficking Hotline, working on some 40,000 cases and building one of the largest data sets on human trafficking. 

National Human Trafficking Hotline

  • Open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, the National Human Trafficking Hotline is toll-free and available to answer calls anywhere in the country in more than 200 languages.  

The Project to End Human Trafficking

  • The Project to End Human Trafficking works toward the prevention and elimination of trafficking through raising awareness, training, and collaboration. Primarily based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania educational outreach spans nationally and globally with offices in Washington D.C. and Mokono Africa.  

The Asservo Project

  • The Asservo Project is to combats global human trafficking, supports the recovery of victims, and aids in the imprisonment of perpetrators. The organization spreads awareness through educational seminars in schools, organizations, and the workplace. 

Government and International Agencies

Explore the organizations below to learn more about training programs, policies, victim assistance, and educational resources for combating human trafficking: 

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Homeland Security | Blue Campaign  

Department of Health & Human Services 

The Homeland Security Blue Campaign has produced a number of educational resources and videos on human trafficking.