and how you can report it, take our
general awareness training.
To learn about T Nonimmigrant Status Immigration Relief for Victims of Human Trafficking,
watch our video .
Teachers, nurses, social workers, volunteers, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other service providers are among the most trusted members of many communities and among the most likely to encounter – and be in a position to help – trafficking victims.
- Report your suspicions to law enforcement.
- Call 866-347-2423, 24 hours a day
- Contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center to report suspected trafficking or to request more information.
- 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)
- Download and print our informational pamphlet for worshipping communities (PDF. 2 pages – 157 KB)
- Download indicator cards and pamphlets for yourself and your colleagues.
- Display awareness posters.
- Encourage potential victims to seek legal counsel and learn about the forms of immigration relief that might be available.
- Print and distribute victim assistance materials. Remember to be discreet to ensure your safety and the safety of victims, and contact a service provider or law enforcement, as warranted.
- Request Assistance for Child Victims of Human Trafficking (HHS) (PDF - 6 pages, 757 KB)
- Share best practices with other service providers: Join the Human Trafficking Group on OurBorder.
- Explore toolkits, training, and factsheets for service providers
- Rescue and Restore Campaign Tool Kits for Health Care Providers and Social Service Organizations (HHS)
- Human Trafficking of Children in the United States: A Fact Sheet for Schools (Department of Education) (PDF - 2 pages, 119.5 KB)
- Toolkit to Combat Trafficking in Persons (UNODC) (PDF - 462 pages, 4.23 MB)
- Ethical and Safety Recommendations for Interviewing Trafficked Women (WHO) (PDF, 36 pages - 131.4 KB)
- Needs Assessment Toolkit on the Criminal Justice Response to Human Trafficking (UNODC) (PDF - 92 pages, 1.03 MB)
- Training Manual to Fight Trafficking in Children for Labour, Sexual and other Forms of Exploitation (ILO)
- The IOM Handbook on Direct Assistance for Victims of Trafficking (IOM)
- Find a local Rescue and Restore Coalition (HHS)
- Find a local OVC-funded grantee program to help victims of trafficking (DOJ)
- If someone you know has had their wages withheld or if you have questions about migrant worker rights: