Below you will find resources to learn about human trafficking, report tips, access services, and survivor leadership opportunities.   



REPORT TRAFFICKING TIPS

If you see something, say something. To report suspicious or potential trafficking tips, utilize any of the following resources. Law enforcement relies on tips from community members like you to identify traffickers and liberate victims.

 contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline 24/7 USING THEIR CONFIDENTIAL, toll-FREE HOTLINE or TEXT line, OR THROUGH THEIR ONLINE PORTAL.

contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline 24/7 USING THEIR CONFIDENTIAL, toll-FREE HOTLINE or TEXT line, OR THROUGH THEIR ONLINE PORTAL.

 Reach local law enforcement by making an anonymous tip to Crimestoppers Greater New Orleans- THROUGH THEIR HOTLINE OR THEIR ONLINE TIP FORM.

Reach local law enforcement by making an anonymous tip to Crimestoppers Greater New Orleans- THROUGH THEIR HOTLINE OR THEIR ONLINE TIP FORM.

 Call the Homeland Security tip line to report suspicious criminal activity or access their online tip form.

Call the Homeland Security tip line to report suspicious criminal activity or access their online tip form.


TRAFFICKING VICTIM RESOURCES

Trafficking victims and survivors have a wide variety of services available to them in the Greater New Orleans community. 

Below you will find the Human Trafficking Survivor Services Resources Guide, produced by the Greater New Orleans Human Trafficking Task Force and the New Orleans Children's Advocacy Center. This list includes survivor services and organizations for for both labor and sex trafficking of adults and children within the Greater New Orleans community. 

For more guides, tools, fact sheets, and more visit our "Research & Tools" page!

*This resource is run by a non-profit and is not a mandatory reporter to law enforcement or immigration authorities. Therefore any action related to a call must be approved by the caller. This resource is an ideal starting point for those who are fearful or are concerned about legal repercussions for the information they may have. 


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

These national resources are for issues that parallel human trafficking, violence, homelessness, and exploitation:

 
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SURVIVOR/SURVIVOR LEADER RESOURCES

These networks, leadership opportunities, and organizations are specifically for survivors/survivor leaders: