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National Human Trafficking Hotline - Washington, DC

1-888-373-7888 (Hotline)

233733 (Text)

 

The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national anti-trafficking hotline serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States.  The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year in more than 200 languages.

The WellHouse - Birmingham

1-800-991-0948 (Hotline)

1-800-991-9937 (Office)

 

The WellHouse is a faith-based and Christ-centered nonprofit organization offering immediate shelter and transitional housing to women who have been trafficked, are prostituting, or otherwise sexually exploited.  Food, clothing, spiritual guidance, Christian counseling, and other necessities are provided, along with assisting with referrals for substance abuse treatment, if needed.  Life skills classes, GED preparation, and other enrichment services are part of the experience to help these women become self-sufficient and give them a sense of self-worth.  The goal is for women to go on to live full and productive lives.

Safe Harbor Youth - Huntsville

256-426-0770 (Office)

Safe Harbor Youth is a place for at-risk youth to live, learn, and grow into mature, productive adults with the promise of a healthy and productive future.  Our Transitional Living Program is for youth, ages 16-22, who have runway from home, are neglected, homeless, living on the streets, or victims of human trafficking. 

One Place Family Justice Center - Montgomery

334-262-7378 (Office)

Our organization provides information, education, crisis management, Sexual Assault Examinations, and referrals for Human Trafficking victims.  We offer these services in the ten (10) following counties: Autauga, Butler, Chilton, Crenshaw, Dallas, Elmore, Lowndes, Montgomery, Perry, and Wilcox. 

Hope Haven - Baldwin County 

251-281-8467 (Office)

 

In recognizing the worth and dignity of victims of human trafficking, Hope Haven seeks to minister to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through love, action, and truth as revealed in God’s Word.  Hope Haven offers immediate shelter to victims of human trafficking.  Residents are provided food, clothing, and a safe secure home in which to live.  Spiritual and emotional counseling is available as well as physical exams as needed.  Hope Haven mentors help residents navigate the journey from victim to survivor.

Camille Place - Monroeville

251-564-1607 (Office)

Our mission is to provide homes and services to girls under the age of 18 who have been traumatized through sexual exploitation.  Our goal is to empower and restore victims through the renewal of body, soul, and spirit.

Blanket Fort Hope - Birmingham

205-532-3048 (Office)

Our mission is to love and care for child trafficking victims through housing, services, and long-term commitment, and to prevent children from becoming victims by educating children, and professionals who work with children, about human trafficking.  Blanket Fort Hope is a fortress of safety for child victims of human trafficking, forging a path of purpose and hope for our children.

Trafficking Hope - Birmingham

 

Our mission at Trafficking Hope is to eradicate sex trafficking across the nation while helping empower local churches and organizations in their own city and state.  C.A.R.E.S. (Coalition, Awareness, Rescue, Education, Services) is our holistic approach to combating human trafficking.

AshaKiran - Huntsville

256-509-1882 (Hotline)

AshaKiran was started to fill a community need and help foreign born individuals experiencing crises (such as domestic violence and sexual assault) in Alabama to overcome barriers such as language, cultural, and/or religious stigmas through education, empowerment, and providing culturally sensitive services.  

Polaris - Washington, DC

202-745-1001 (Office)

 

Polaris, named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., disrupts the conditions that allow human trafficking to thrive in society.  From working with government leaders to protect victims’ rights, to building partnerships with the world’s leading technology corporations,  Polaris sparks long-term change that focuses communities on identifying, reporting, and eliminating trafficking networks.  This comprehensive model puts victims at the center -- helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and gathering the data to pursue traffickers wherever they operate.

Shared Hope International - Vancouver, WA

1-866-437-5433 (Office)

 

Shared Hope International strives to prevent the conditions that foster sex trafficking, restore victims of sex slavery, and bring justice to vulnerable women and children.  Shared Hope envisions a world passionately opposed to sex trafficking and a committed community restoring survivors to lives of purpose, value, and choice – one life at a time.

ECPAT-USA - Brooklyn, NY

718-935-9192 (Office)

 

ECPAT-USA is the leading anti-child trafficking organization in the United States seeking to end the commercial, sexual exploitation of children through awareness, advocacy, policy, and legislation.  ECPAT-USA is a member of ECPAT International, a network of organizations in more than 90 countries with one common mission: to eliminate sexual exploitation of children around the world. 

National Center on Sexual Exploitation - Washington, DC

202-393-7245 (Office)

 

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is the leading national organization exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation such as child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking, and the public health crisis of pornography.  NCOSE embraces a mission to defend human dignity and to oppose sexual exploitation. 

International Justice Mission - Washington, DC

703-465-5495 (Office)

 

International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization that protects the poor from violence in the developing world.  The global team includes hundreds of lawyers, investigators, social workers, community activists, and other professionals at work in nearly 20 communities.  So far, IJM rescued more than 18,000 people from violence and oppression.  Today, its work is helping to protect 21 million people globally from violence. 

A21 Campaign - Costa Mesa, CA

949-202-4681 (Office)

 

A21 exists to abolish injustice in the 21st century through a comprehensive system achieving preventative measures to help potential victims evade trafficking, victim protection through shelters and aftercare program, prosecution of violators, and strategic partnerships.  A21 has 10 field offices, shelters, transition homes, and administrative bases in nine countries.  

Compassion International - Colorado Springs, CO

800-336-7676 (Office)

Compassion International is a non-profit organization that partners with local churches in 25 countries to combat human smuggling, trafficking, and poverty.  Through our program, we provide legal resources to represent and defend a child's rights or to help find a missing child.  We work to restore the child to emotional, physical, and spiritual health by providing medical care, counseling, and safe shelter for the child.