The Polaris Project
The Polaris Project works to create a world without slavery. This organization coordinates the national human trafficking hotline, provides client services through specialized local offices, seeks to spread public awareness, organizes international programs, works to affect policy that will help fight human trafficking, trains and provides technical assistance, conducts leadership training for future leaders of the anti-trafficking movement, and runs campaigns to fight human trafficking.
The Polaris Project directory of key numbers lists the key numbers to call in the US when dealing with human trafficking and related tips, referrals, and reports.
The Florida Coalition against Human Trafficking
The Florida Coalition against Human Trafficking is a 501 (c) (3) international and domestic anti-trafficking agency that assists victims of human trafficking. This organization works throughout the state and provides the opportunity to contact the organization by email or phone.
The Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking
The Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking by the Administration for Children and Families under the US Department of Health and Human Services provides the National Human Trafficking Resource Center. This website also specifies how to request assistance for children victims of trafficking, how to become a coalition partner, and provides links to other related websites.
This website contains information about the status of human trafficking in various regions of the world including the US. It provides the national hotline; government reports about human trafficking; information about government agencies, laws, and plans to combat human trafficking; and lists NGOs within each state and international organizations that are dedicated to this cause.
Department of Homeland Security
This website provides Anti-Human Trafficking Resources for Victims and is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security. This website provides the toll free number; information about immigrants; workers’ rights; victim assistance programs; and information about local service providers who work with victims of human trafficking.
International Justice Mission
International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. This organization works in 12 different countries. This website provides questions and answers about the issues with which IJM works, publications, statistics, videos, casework stories, and contact information.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
This website was designed by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to share information about the problem of human trafficking and to provide resources for helping victims of human trafficking, identifying victims, providing information for service providers, and sharing information about child victims of human trafficking.
Safe Horizon helps victims of all forms of crime and abuse regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, location or background. This website provides the Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program phone number that can be reached during office hours and Safe Horizon’s 24/7 toll free hotline; operators at the hotline are multilingual. Safe Horizon provides culturally and linguistically sensitive services for victims; provides counseling, support groups, shelter and housing assistance; makes referrals to other services; works with law enforcement and the criminal justice process; and provides legal representation.
BeLoved is a Christ-centered organization that is dedicated to training and developing people and programs for awareness, outreach and aftercare to reach the unmet needs of those affected by commercial sex exploitation. This website provides the National Human Trafficking Resource Center toll free hotline that is available 24/7. This website contains questions and answers and resources for women affected by human trafficking. BeLoved also provides housing for victims of human trafficking.