To learn the indicators of human trafficking
and how you can report it, take our
general awareness training.
If you suspect someone you know is a victim or have noticed the signs of human trafficking, you can help. Please use the resources below and do not undertake independent investigations. Such investigations could jeopardize your own safety and the safety of victims.
Help a Victim of Human Trafficking
- Encourage the potential victim to contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, or contact the Center on the potential victim's behalf.
- Call 1-888-3737-888
- Visit the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Web site
- Report your suspicions to law enforcement.
- Call 1-866-347-2423, open 24 hours a day
- Request Assistance for Child Victims of Human Trafficking (HHS) (PDF - 6 pages, 757 KB)
- Find a local service provider with experience working with immigrant victims of human trafficking and other violent crimes
- Find a local Rescue and Restore Coalition (HHS)
- Find a local OVC-funded grantee program to help victims of trafficking (DOJ)
Learn the Indicators
- To learn the indicators of human trafficking and how you can report it, take our general awareness training.
- Take 5 minutes over a cup of coffee with your family, friends or colleagues to learn about Human Trafficking and what you can do to help stop it. Take the Human Trafficking "Coffee Break" Training (PDF, 1 page - 250 KB)
- Human Trafficking Indicators Card (PDF - 2 pages, 591 KB)
- Human Trafficking Indicators
- Human Trafficking Indicators Card for Firefighters and EMTs (PDF – 2 pages, 182 KB)
- Human Trafficking Poster for Firefighters and EMTs (PDF – 1 page, 2.2 MB)
Immigration Remedies for Victims
- T Nonimmigrant Status Immigration Relief for Victims of Human Trafficking
- Immigration Options for Victims of Crime: Information for Law Enforcement, Healthcare Providers, and Others
- Continued Presence
- If someone you know has had their wages withheld or if you have questions about migrant worker rights: