North Carolina

Local Organizations and Referrals
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In addition to the organizations listed below, please call the hotline at 1-888-373-7888 or text to BeFree (233733) for specialized victim services referrals.

North Carolina Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NCCAHT)
State-Wide
http://www.nccasa.net/nccaht

30th Judicial District DV & SA Alliance, Inc.

Waynesville, NC
Main: (828) 452-2122
Hotline: 1-877-355-5510
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www.30thalliance.org

Legal Services of Southern Piedmont
Charlotte, NC
Intake: 704-376-1600
Spanish Language Line: 800-247-1931
Toll Free for Outside Mecklenburg County: 800-438-1254
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www.lssp.org

NCCASA
Raleigh, NC
Main: 919-871-1015
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www.nccasa.org

United Family Services
24 Hr. Hotline: 704-332-2513
Main: 704-332-9034
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http://unitedfamilyservices.org

World Relief NC
Statewide, NC
Main: 336-887-9007
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http://worldrelief.org/northcarolina

 

If you are interested in additional volunteer opportunities, click here.

If you are interested in receiving regular updates from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center or Polaris Project, click here.

Current state laws
In order to access the full text of your state's human trafficking criminal statutes, please click on the state name below to be directed to your state's criminal code. Because links to specific criminal statutes may change, we suggest copying the statute number or title from the table below and pasting it in the search function of the criminal code.
North Carolina - Current Criminal Statutes
14-43.10 Definitions
14-43.11 Human Trafficking
14-43.13 Sexual Servitude
14-43.12 Involuntary Servitude
7A474.3 Eligible activities and limitations
15A266.3A DNA sample required for DNA analysis upon arrest for certain offenses
15A832 Responsibilities of the district attorney's office 
15C-1 Address confidentiality program. Purpose
15C-3 Address confidentiality program
15C-4 Filing and certification of applications; authorization card
15C-10 Assistance for program applicants
14-2.3 Forfeiture of gain acquired through criminal activity.
75D-3 Definitions
HB-950-5.3A. Training for Law Enforcement
HB-950- 15.3A. Establishing Human Trafficking Commission
15A-831 Responsibilities of law enforcement agency

For additional information about State and Federal Policy, including pending legislation and current statutes in other states, please visit the Policy section.

For general information and additional resources about human trafficking in the United States, please visit the Resources section.

NHTRC call Statistics

To view call statistics for North Carolina, click on the links below.

2013 Annual Report
NHTRC North Carolina Report (12/7/2007 - 9/30/2013)

2013 January - June Report

2012 Annual Report

2012 Quarter 3 Report

2012 Quarter 2 Report
2012 Quarter 1 Report
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
2009 Annual Report

For general hotline statistics and reports, click here.

Publications

If you are aware of a report or publication that you would like included, please email or call the NHTRC.

Please Note: This is not an exhaustive list.  Organizations included in this section have human trafficking-specific service programs or have been identified as serving victims of human trafficking. If your organization is not included and you would like to be added, or if you are aware of a specific state report or publication that you would like included, please review inclusion criteria and submit your request via email to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  All statistics outlined above were generated based on limited criteria from calls received by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) hotline.  This is not a representation or report on the scale or scope of human trafficking on a particular state or national level.  These statistics may be subject to change.