In addition to operating a national, victim-centered, toll-free hotline, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center provides referrals, resources, general information and training and technical assistance. Please see below for a description of our services.
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The NHTRC takes tips about potential situations of human trafficking and facilitates reporting to specialized human trafficking task forces, federal authorities, local law enforcement, and service providers throughout the country.
Through its extensive contacts database, the NHTRC helps connect survivors of human trafficking with services, including case management, emergency shelter, legal services and counseling. The NHTRC also assists organizations who serve victims by providing referrals to services and resources, and helps to connect community members with volunteer opportunities.
Resources & Information
Call Specialists can answer your questions about human trafficking and can respond to requests for information about a diverse array of topics. Our online library contains relevant materials useful to community members, students, and professionals interested in learning more about the issue of human trafficking.
Training & Technical Assistance
The NHTRC provides training and technical assistance through the hotline that seeks to build individual and practitioner expertise and strengthen local anti-trafficking infrastructure to improve the nationwide response to human trafficking.
Click here for information about the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC).