We are dedicated to ending the cycle of human trafficking and child exploitation before it begins through prevention with education, training, and advocacy. We proactively come alongside at-risk families and provide education to support and strengthen the family unit. Through advocacy, we can influence new policies and legislation to protect those who are vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation.

What is Human Trafficking?

Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act.
Force includes physical restraint, physical harm, sexual assault, and beatings. Monitoring and confinement is often used to control victims, especially during early stages of victimization to break down the victim’s resistance.
Fraud includes false promises regarding employment, wages, working conditions, love, marriage, or better life. Over time, there may be unexpected changes in work conditions, compensation or debt agreements, or nature of relationship.
Coercion includes threats of serious harm to or physical restraint against any person, psychological manipulation, document confiscation, and shame and fear-inducing threats to share information or pictures with others or report to authorities.
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Risk Factors

Anyone can be affected by human trafficking, but there are certain populations such as people of color and immigrants that are disproportionally exploited.
  • Youth who have run away
  • Foster Care
  • History of Childhood Sexual Abuse
  • Housing Insecurity
  • Mental Illness
  • Substance Abuse
*Information from the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

Human Trafficking + Survivor Care in the United States
Awareness Guide 

Every year, hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children are trafficked in the United States. This crime is committed in every state across the country and most likely even in your own community.

We are working to educate more about this complex crime and how to fight against it. The more you know about human trafficking, the better we can tackle this issue together.

Download our FREE awareness guide to unlock knowledge in the fight against human trafficking to protect yourself and others. 


Download the Human Trafficking Awareness Guide

Protect Our Children

Millions of children around the world experience sexual exploitation and abuse every year. This is a growing problem that affects children in every country, every city, every community, and countless homes just like yours.  We invite you to join us as we lock arms to Protect Our Children. If you’re passionate about this fight and pushing back against perpetrators, download the Protect Our Children Tactical Plan. The plan includes five ways you can take action NOW to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse.

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