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Fight Trafficking At Home


Raise public awareness about how to recognize and report a potential trafficking case to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) Hotline.

According to the Polaris Project, an estimated 17,500 foreign nationals are trafficked annually in the United States. Many of these victims do not speak and understand English, increasing their isolation and making it difficult for them to seek out the help of service providers and law enforcement. US citizens are also trafficked within our borders. Polaris estimates that 200,000 American children are at high risk for trafficking into the sex industry each year.

Download the official NHTRC hotline flyer and follow the steps below to start raising awareness in your community about human trafficking.

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Download the official NHTRC Flyer (available in 20 different languages), post it in your community and mark the posting location on our tracking map to show how you've taken your part to raise awareness.

Read these steps first before you begin:

  1. Download the hotline flyer
  2. Post it in your community
  3. Pin your posting on this interactive map to see your state's progress
    • Click "Add" (the "plus" icon in the upper-right corner of the map)
    • Enter the address of the posting
    • Share a photo!
    • Submit your pin
  4. Enter the form on the left to report your pin!



Raise public awareness about how to recognize and report a potential trafficking case to the NHTRC Hotline.

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Use these resources to continue raising awareness about human trafficking in your community.

Download | The NHTRC flyer is available in 20 different languages

Learn | More about human trafficking trends in the U.S. via Polaris

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