Here we provide information and resources for victims of human trafficking and those seeking to prevent it.


This page has resources and tools to help people fight against human trafficking. It shows ways to get involved. and links and websites with information on human trafficking victims, traffickers, and organizations working to fight against it.

Kim’s  Place, a House for Trafficked Women, Oregon

Kim’s House is a safe home and place of healing for those leaving the sex industry and trafficking.

National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance

A community of service providers for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation that work together to improve competency, increase credibility, and become a collective voice for change.

Polaris Project

Polaris works to reshape the systems that make sex and labor trafficking possible and profitable in North America.

Shared Hope

Shared Hope International is dedicated to bringing an end to sex trafficking through our three-pronged approach – prevent, restore, and bring justice.

Underground Railroad

We serve  victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human slavery in Saginaw County.  

DHS Info on Human Trafficking

This website has a fact sheet describing human trafficking, discusses who may be vulnerable, how to identify a potential victim, and how to report a tip.

Freedom of Mind Resource Center

The BITE Model, developed by Steven Hassan describes the specific methods that cults use to recruit and maintain control over people. “BITE” stands for Behavior, Information, Thought, and Emotional control.

Important Videos:

Sex trafficking may be happening behind the walls of businesses you pass daily – including the some of the massage parlours and holistic centres in your community. Casandra Diamond shares a harrowing story of her experience inside these modern day brothels:

We partnered with It’s A Penalty and actor Liam Neeson to bring you some facts about human trafficking in the US. After all the awareness we have been bringing to this issue, we want to inform you of how it is happening here as well as the signs to look for when someone is being abused and trafficked

In this special presentation Deborah Sedillo Dugan interviews under cover Phoenix police Officer Sgt. Chris Bray. He describes the dangers of human trafficking, how to identify it and how to stop it.

Courtney Litvak was sex trafficked in her Katy-area high school in 2015 by a then recent graduate of the school. He would actually pick her up from the campus. Today, as an Honorable Member of the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking, she fights against trafficking for people of all ages.

This video, the concluding video in a nine video series on human trafficking, features survivors of human trafficking who are resilient, thriving members of their communities. They share insight on the support systems, services, and personal journeys that helped them persevere,

This video, the fifth in a nine video series on human trafficking, includes information on the importance of providing victim-centered, trauma-informed services to meet the wide array of needs experienced by trafficking victims.

Think human trafficking is kids getting scooped up at the mall? Think again. It’s more common than you’re likely to be aware, and it happens in ways you probably don’t expect.

Important Phone Numbers:

  1. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678
  2. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
  3. National Runaway Switchboard 1-800-RUNAWAY

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