For nearly ten years, Polaris has operated the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline to provide survivors of human trafficking with vital support and a variety of options to get help and stay safe, while sharing actionable tips for law enforcement and expertise with the anti-trafficking community.
We are excited to announce that the name of the hotline is changing to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. If you promote the hotline, or link to its website, please note that the hotline’s website URL and email address are also changing:
National Human Trafficking Hotline
From the U.S. citizen sex trafficking victim in Los Angeles to the foreign national labor trafficking victim in rural Ohio, our National Hotline staff are trained to listen to survivors, provide safety planning, and help them understand their options for support without judgment. Your help in spreading the word about the hotline is critical to our efforts to reach even more survivors across the country.
Thanks to the support of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and our numerous private donors, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has been able to answer more than 100,000 calls, identified more than 30,000 cases of human trafficking across the United States, and provided more than 8,000 tips to federal, state and local law enforcement. Thousands of survivors are receiving vital, non-judgmental support and learning about the services available so they can get help and stay safe.
Thank you for being a part of these successes.
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