The National Human Trafficking Hotline is staffed by a dynamic team of professionals with experience in the human trafficking field and related human rights arenas such as domestic violence and sexual assault, immigrant and refugee rights, labor rights, runaway and homeless youth, mental health, law, social work, and child welfare. Hotline staff receive extensive training and evaluation prior to taking hotline calls. Hotline staff speak English and Spanish.
The National Hotline offers opportunities for current students or recent graduates interested in working on the frontlines of the anti-trafficking movement through the Polaris Fellowship Program. Learn more about the program and available opportunities here.