Organizations Fighting Human / Sex Trafficking and Assisting Victims

 Indiana Protection For Abused and Trafficked Humans Task Force
(IPATH) is one of 42 task forces nation wide funded by the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime and the Bureau of Justice Assistance to address the issue of human trafficking.  IPATH is comprised of law enforcement specialists, social service providers, health providers, legal service providers, awareness and education organizations, as well as passionate community members and groups. Our partners understand that persons who have been trafficked are victims, not criminals. We are committed to treating victims of trafficking with respect, dignity and cultural sensitivity.

The Julian Center is has been supporting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises.  Our mission is to provide the services victims need to recover and build a life absent of abuse.  Those services include counseling, safe shelter, case management, advocacy, education, transitional housing, and affordable housing.  is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the country and has been nationally recognized as a model for communities seeking to improve their responses to domestic violence.  We have a history of finding innovative ways to help victims choose safety.

 Exodus is an independent, non-sectarian 501(c)(3) refugee resettlement agency based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees and asylees representing many countries, cultures, languages, faiths and political opinions. The board of directors, staff and volunteers are also made up of a diverse group of people who are passionate about welcoming newcomers and being a part of a local humanitarian effort to aid in securing the dignity and human rights of persons from around the globe.

Polaris Project  and the National Human Trafficking Resource Center are the leading organizations in the United States combating all forms of human trafficking and serving both U.S. citizens and foreign national victims, including men, women, and children. 

Shared Hope International exists to rescue and restore women and children in crisis. 
We are leaders in a worldwide effort to prevent and eradicate sex trafficking and slavery through education and public awareness.

Free Slaves The main activities of Free the Slaves is advocacy against and education about modern-day human slavery, of which human trafficking is a manifestation.

Break the Chain Campaign seeks to prevent and address the effects of the exploitation and abuse of migrant working women through survivor driven advocacy, outreach, and technical support.

F.R.E.E.     International

-FIND those enslaved and exploited in our own communities.

-RESCUE  victims of modern day slavery. 

-EMBRACE is modeled after Christ whose very nature is love and who came to serve rather than to be served. 

-EMPOWER The ultimate aim of FREE International is a free and empowered human.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, (NCMEC), is a private, (501)(c)(3) nonprofit organization which was created in 1984. The mission of the organization is to serve as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. The organization provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children including child victims as well as other professionals.

Truckers Against Trafficking The goal of Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking by helping us put our wallet cards (and other materials) in the hands of every trucker in America; having our trucking-industry-specific training DVD made part of orientation for all truck stop and travel plaza employees, all students of private and public truck-driving schools, all truck drivers employed via major carriers or owner/operators; and partnering with law enforcement to facilitate the investigation of human trafficking. And then, once equipped with both awareness of the problem and education, when human trafficking is suspected, call the national hotline number of 1-888-373-7888.  Great Site for Resources !!!!

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