Hotlines

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you discover additional resources or have questions regarding any of the information below.

United States:

People can receive help or report a tip of suspected human trafficking by calling the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 or by sending a text to Polaris at “BeFree” (233733).

Greater Cincinnati Human Trafficking Hotline: 513-800-1863

If you are a female victim of human trafficking, please contact Off the Streets which provides housing, medical care, employment services, and much more to support survivors: 513-378-2534

Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline: CALL 1-866-455-5075 or TEXT 720-999-9724

Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline is managed by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking. This critical resource developed through the Colorado Network to End Human Trafficking (CoNEHT), a statewide collaborative of organizations formed in 2005 that support the mission to provide a safe and appropriate response to human trafficking in Colorado. Key CoNEHT partners include Colorado Legal Services and Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network.

The Colorado Hotline should serve as an example to the rest of the United States, and the global community.

If you do not have access or feel comfortable using a hotline, you may contact your state’s Attorney General’s Office.

Canada:

National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-833-900-1010

India:

If you do not have access or feel comfortable reaching out to local police, you may contact +91 799-026-2632

What we can do

Our proactive measures to combat Human Trafficking rely on spreading awareness and knowledge about human trafficking. We organize talks, seminars, group discussions, film screening, awareness walk/ marathon and events that promote facts and measures. Our reactive support starts immediately on receiving the need for help. The goal of our intervention is to help the victim reach a level of empowerment, control over one’s life and gain happiness. For more information, please see the resources page.

Various socio-emotional issues such as stigma, guilt, safety, distrust, relationships, fear, shame, anger, self-doubt, isolation, loneliness, self-worth may have resulted due to the trauma of exploitation. The victim feels helpless, and may not be able to find meaning in life. These can have long term impact on the life of the person. Through various interventions such as counseling, stress and relaxation activities and individual based solutions are provided to help the victim gain the thinking of survivor.  Just reach to us if you feel that you or someone you know is a victim.