Land of the Almost Free
The International Labor Organization estimates a shocking 20.9 million women, men and children are trapped in jobs into which they were coerced or deceived and which they cannot leave. The figure means, at any given point in time, around three out of every 1,000 persons worldwide are victims of human trafficking.
The mission of the Make Human Trafficking History initiative is to build a broad awareness of issues related to sex and labor trafficking and be an impetus for stamping out modern-day slavery. Join the movement to identify vulnerabilities, prevent victimization and aid in the recovery of those affected.
Report Suspected Human Trafficking
Report suspected human trafficking activity to law enforcement (available 24/7, in over 300 languages and dialects at):
Call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) at 1-888-3737-888 to get help or connect with a service provider in your area. The NHTRC is not a law enforcement or immigration authority and is operated by a nongovernmental organization.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is responsible for investigating human trafficking, arresting traffickers and protecting victims. DHS initiates hundreds of investigations and makes numerous arrests every year, using a victim-centered approach. DHS also processes immigration relief through Continued Presence (CP), T visas, and U visas to victims of human trafficking and other designated crimes.