Updated at: 2021/11/10
Service is no longer Valid
Survivors of human trafficking or people in danger of being trafficked can call the hotline for:
- Referrals to services for survivors of human trafficking.
- Report a case of human trafficking.
All calls are confidential.
Human trafficking is when someone uses force, threat, deception or similar methods to force a person into labor, sexual exploitation, begging or committing crimes.
Victims of human trafficking can be women, children and men.
You may be in a situation of human trafficking if:
- You are forced to do something you don't want to do.
- You are abused, beaten and/or tortured.
- You are forced into sexual relations or are touched against your will.
- You are forced into hard physical labor to repay a debt.
- Your wages are not given to you.
- You are forced to steal, beg, or injure another person.
- You are being blackmailed or threatened.
- You are held captive and isolated, or kept under surveillance.
- Your documents (passport, ID, etc.) were taken away from you by someone other than the authorities.
- You are enslaved.
If you recognize any of these situations, it is important to ask for help.