The NHTRC is changing its name!
November 15, 2016 – We are excited to announce that the National Human Trafficking Resource Center is changing its name. Starting today, we will become the National Human Trafficking Hotline. We are updating our website, email address, and outreach materials to reflect this new change. The phone number - 1-888-373-7888 - will stay the same.
If you are currently working on materials for Human Trafficking Awareness Month or have any current print or digital materials that promote the hotline or link to our website, please update your website links and the email address with the information below. You may also request a logo for your materials, by sending an email to email@example.com.
While our name is changing, the National Human Trafficking Hotline will still serve as the same confidential, multilingual hotline that provides survivors of human trafficking with vital support and a variety of options to get help and stay safe. We will also continue to be a source of actionable tips for law enforcement and expertise for the anti-trafficking community.
We welcome our newest partner, the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC), who will serve as the primary source of training and technical assistance from a public health perspective for the anti-trafficking field. Over the coming months, we will collaborate with NHTTAC to transition the hotline’s training and technical assistance programing to NHTTAC. In the interim, please visit www.humantraffickinghotline.org and stay tuned for more details in January about the expanded training and technical assistance offerings provided through NHTTAC.
For almost ten years, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has made it possible for the National Human Trafficking Hotline to become a nerve center that unites local efforts into a national movement that helps survivors restore their freedom and works towards eradicating human trafficking. With your help, Hotline staff have answered more than 100,000 calls, identified more than 30,000 cases of human trafficking across the United States, and provided more than 8,000 tips to federal, state and local law enforcement.
Thank you for being a key partner in this movement. We look forward to continuing our work together.