Human Trafficking:

I’m glad I came across this hotline for help for these victim’s:

Sex trafficking is horrible. I’m glad I have this resource to raise awareness, and possibly help someone.

Don’t hesitate, get help!

How to spot human trafficking:

Does the person look malnourished, abused (bruises burns).

Is the person fearful.

Sounds like they are rehearsing rather than having a conversation.

What can we do to prevent sex trafficking?

Here are some resource for programs that offer assistance:

A Non Profit:

The freedom project:

Here is a good article entitled, “20 ways you can help fight human trafficking”.

Sincerley by Michelle gast

11 thoughts on “Human Trafficking:”

  1. About 15 years ago, we had a speaker at church share about her ministry with trafficked victims. Until then I honestly thought that kind of thing only happened in Asia or anywhere other than the U.S. It is all over the world and right next door. I am glad so many are shining a light on the problem so the rest of us can be aware and try to help.

  2. I can’t believe people still do this to each other. I heard a ted talk the other day about the kind of brutality inflicted upon the trafficked people. It’s barbaric and inhumane. 💔💔

  3. Some of the signs can be so subtle. It’s awful thinking of the number of things we’re supposed to be conscious of. It’s great to share them and resources to help though!

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