P.O. Box 6020, Traverse City, MI 49696
Our goal is to end sexual assault against young athletes by ensuring perpetrators and enablers are held accountable, creating transparency in reporting, building an environment in which athletes do not fear retaliation when reporting abuse, and advocating for change to protect survivors.
Shared Hope International
P.O. Box 65337
Vancouver, WA 98665
Phone: 1-866-HER-LIFE (1-866-437-5433)
Our story began in 1998 when U.S. Congresswoman Linda Smith traveled into the heart of the brothel district in Mumbai, India. The brutal sexual slavery and exploitation of women and children she witnessed there inspired her to establish Shared Hope International to help bring healing to devastated lives. Our dynamic story of prevention, restoration and justice initiatives has continued unbroken, as you will see as you scroll through the timeline that follows this brief video.
Safe House Project
107 S. West Street, Suite 720
Alexandria, VA 22314
Safe House Project’s mission is to increase survivor identification beyond one percent through education, provide emergency services and placement to survivors, and ensure every survivor has access to safe housing and holistic care by accelerating safe house capacity and development across America.
Our vision is to unite communities to end domestic sex trafficking and restore hope, freedom, and a future to every survivor.
For general questions or to make a donation, please call (202) 790-6300.
P.O. Box 65323
Washington, DC 20035
We respond to sex and labor trafficking as they happen. We learn from that response and share that learning. Finally, we use what we learn to pilot big, new ideas for slowly, carefully, finally, dismantling big, old systems that make trafficking possible. We are focused where we think we can make the most change: Systems that trap impoverished migrants in degrading conditions; systems that allow sex traffickers to hide behind screens and systems that, if optimized, would allow the financial services industry to use traffickers’ own money to shut them down.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
330 C Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20201
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is committed to preventing human trafficking and ensuring that victims of all forms of human trafficking have access to the services they need. The site offers Blog posts, a Featured Resource, the opportunity to report a tip or request services, and visitors can subscribe to Human Trafficking Email and News Alerts.
We know human trafficking destroys lives and threatens our Nation’s security, public health, and the rule of law. We care because our programs serve some of the Nation’s most vulnerable children, youth, and families. Together, we can assist survivors and prevent human trafficking. If you or someone you know may have experienced forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation, there is help. Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 or text BEFREE (233-733).
To combat human trafficking by supporting and leading systems that prevent trafficking through public awareness and protect victims through identification and assistance, helping them re-build their lives and become self-sufficient.
The Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) operates under the values of the Administration of Children and Families and the Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States Visit disclaimer page (PDF).