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How to Help a Trafficking Victim

 

 If you suspect someone is a victim of human trafficking, take the following actions: 

  • Ask the person if you can help him/her find a safe place to go immediately.
  • If the person needs time, create an action plan with him/her to get to a safe place when he/she is ready.
  • Call and make a report to the human trafficking hotline at 1.888.3737.888.  The hotline has language capabilities, so any individual can call directly. 
  •  If you need more guidance, you can call and talk through the case with USCCB Anti-trafficking program staff at 202.541.3357.


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