Looking for help? Want to report a trafficking crime? Need more information? You’re not alone. One anonymous phone call could save a life. Many organizations accept anonymous, toll-free phone calls any time of day or night. So start here for a list of human trafficking resources to turn to or refer others to in times of need.
If you need immediate help from law enforcement around an issue of human trafficking, please call 911.
Toll-free hotline, confidential, available 24/7: 1.888.373.7888
Text-line, operating 3pm-11pm EST: Text “Help” to 233733 (BeFree)
Fill out this online form to report trafficking.
The National Human Trafficking Resources Center is a U.S. nationwide resource center that serves victims and survivors of human trafficking. The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls in over 200 languages, including tips and request for services. It is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year.
New York City’s Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program was founded in 2001 and is one of the largest support services for survivors of human trafficking on the East Coast. The Anti Trafficking Program’s services are open to victims in New York City, including women and men, transgender people, and children who have been forced into any type of human trafficking.
24-hour national hotline (toll-free): 1.800.551.1300
This nonprofit organization provides transportation, a safe harbor/shelter, living accommodations, schooling, life skill training, and college placement to child prostitutes who are seeking to escape the world of human trafficking. Their 24-hour hotline is available to answer calls in English and Spanish.