National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

Call   1-888-373-7888  if you believe you are the victim of a trafficking situation or may have information about a potential trafficking situation.   NHTRC is a national, toll-free hotline, with specialists available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year related to potential trafficking victims, suspicious behaviors, and/or locations where trafficking is suspected to occur.



Stop human trafficking – You an make a difference – Learn how to recognize the signs of human trafficking
www.dhs.gov




Other Resources

Ending Exploitation Collaborative, Seattle

  • Seattle Against Slavery through education, advocacy and collaboration with local and national partners.
  • Organization for Prostitution Survivors provides psychosocial accompaniment to survivors of prostitution
  • Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking aligns and equips leaders to use the power of business to prevent human trafficking.
  • Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Valiant Richey: Special assault unit involving sexual abuse of children and adults and physical abuse of children.   Val is a senior trial attorney responsible for prosecuting cases involving purchase of children for sex.
  • Assistant City Attorney, Heidi Sargent: Liaison to Seattle Police Department, Narcotics, Vice and High Risk Victims Unit

Washington Engage

Engaging Communities to Prevent Human Trafficking.

What the FBI investigates in Human Trafficking

Kidnappings and Missing persons: Most Wanted

FBI’s Victim Assistance Program: Resources

Child Pornography Victim Assistance

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)

  • is a federal office that provides funding to support victim assistance and compensation programs. OVC’s website provides victims with information, resources, and a directory of crime victim services.
  • Call 1-800-851-3420 or visit www.ovc.gov

National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC)

  • works with local, state, and federal partners to provide direct support and resources to victims of crime and advocates for laws and public policies that secure rights, resources, and protections for crime victims. Contact: Call 1-800-394-2255 or visit www.ncvc.org

Child Help USA Hotline

  • is a 24-hour hotline dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. It offers crisis intervention, information, literature, and referrals to local emergency, social service, and support resources. Contact: Call 1-800-4-A-CHILD (422-2253) or visit www.childhelpusa.org

National Crime Victim Bar Association

  • provides information regarding filing civil lawsuits against a perpetrator or other responsible party and help locate attorneys specializing in victim-related litigation. Call (202) 467-8753 or visit www.victimbar.org

Resource Library | National Human Trafficking Hotline

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Faith-Based Partnerships to Combat Human Trafficking – Serving Human Trafficking Victims & Survivors

Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network: WARN

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Compassion First

  • is a Christian relief organization providing life-giving solutions to survivors of child sex-trafficking.
  • (503) 207-1320
  • Address: 1500 NW 167th Pl, Beaverton, OR 97006

When Georgia Smiled

ASPIRE CURRICULUM

  • The Aspire Initiative is a free domestic violence education curriculum aiming to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence in the U.S., and instill the importance of bystander responsibility.
  • https://www.whengeorgiasmiled.org/aspire/

FREE PHONE APP

What is sex addiction? Am I a sex addict?

Heal Trafficking Because Human Trafficking Is A Public Health Issue

  • Health, Education, Advocacy, Linkage. Multi-disciplinary professionals dedicated to ending human trafficking and supporting its survivors, from a public health perspective
  • https://healtrafficking.org

Tools that teach What is Human Trafficking?

Future Without Violence Human Trafficking

IITAP: International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals

Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health

International Service Organization of COSA

New England Personality Disorder Association (NEPDA), Inc.

  • Is this you or someone you know: *Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment. *A pattern of unstable & intense interpersonal relationships. *Recurrent Suicidal behavior. *Chronic feelings of emptiness. Once considered untreatable, there are now evidenced-based treatments for this once misdiagnosed and misunderstood disorder.
  • http://www.nepda.org

Personality Disorders Awareness Network

  • Increasing awareness of PD, alleviating the impact of PD on families & preventing the development of PD in children.
  • http://www.pdan.org
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