National human trafficking response organizations have created resource sites to equip people in all areas of response with helpful tools.
National Human Trafficking Hotline Website This website by Polaris Project The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national anti-trafficking hotline and resource center serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States. It can be accessed by the national hotline number at any time, as well as by text and website. The site also includes a wealth of valuable resources to equip people in their sphere of influence, including factsheets, training resources, and other educational materials.
Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking The international group has a national website with training tools, including downloadable church, community, school, and international tool-kits, curriculum for those who wish to work with survivors, as well as a comprehension resource database for members.
U.S. Health and Human Services Anti-Trafficking In Persons The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Program (ATIP) identifies and serves victims of human trafficking, assisting foreign trafficking victims in the United States to become eligible for public benefits and services to the same extent as refugees. The program also raises awareness of human trafficking through the HHS Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking campaign. Free posters, assessment cards, and other materials available to order.
Department of Homeland/ ICE Blue Campaign The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is responsible for investigating human trafficking, arresting traffickers and protecting victims. DHS initiates hundreds of investigations and makes numerous arrests every year, using a victim-centered approach. DHS also processes immigration relief through Continued Presence (CP), T visas, and U visas to victims of human trafficking and other designated crimes. Several DHS offices have produced informational materials to educate the public on resources available to those affected by human trafficking.
The Freedom Collaborative Freedom Collaborative aims to exist a an dispassionate tool for interoperability of the counter-trafficking movement at large. The website includes a registry of vetted counter-human trafficking organizations; a community of advocates; a modern, social resource library; and an API.
The Global Center for Women & Justice at Vanguard University GCWJ is a faith-based organization that exists to advance the global status of women through research, education, advocacy, collaboration and hope. The website includes a human trafficking podcast, information of events, and other resources.