If you are or have been a victim of human trafficking, or have reason to suspect human trafficking is taking place in your community, please contact one of the following organizations:

 

Deeper into trafficking:
Part One: Sexual and Human Trafficking
Phillip Martin begins his investigation of human trafficking in Boston and beyond.

Part Two: Sexual and Human Trafficking

Phillip Martin talks to state agencies and police in Massacusetts and Rhode Island about their ongoing investigations.
Part Three: Sexual and Human Trafficking
Phillip Martin looks at the most most heinous dimension of human trafficking: The kidnapping of children for commercial sexual exploitation.

Part Four: Sexual and Human Trafficking
Phillip Martin explores the international sex trade and why Massachusetts does not have a state law against trafficking.
Phillip Martin on The Emily Rooney Show

Phillip Martin on The Takeaway

Trafficking by the numbers
Learn the facts about human trafficking around the world.

The terms of trafficking

Read a glossary of terms commonly associated with trafficking.

Local resources
Kim's Project
Brighton, MA
Phone: 617-779-2133

Lutheran Social Services of New England
Worcester, MA
Phone: 508-754-1121

MataHari: Eye of the Day
Boston, MA
Phone: 617-448-0993

Email: info@eyeoftheday.org

My Life My Choice
Boston, MA
Lisa Goldblatt Grace, LICSW, MPH -- director
Audrey Porter - asst. program director/coordinator of survivor services
Email: lgrace@jri.org
Email: aporter@jri.org
Phone: 617-779-2179

Nivasa Foundation
Merrimac, MA
Phone: 617-996-9050
Email: info@nivasafoundation.org

One Goal
Boston, MA
Sunanda Nair, co-executive director, 617-942-1653
Paul Taylor, co-executive director, 978-704-1412

SEEN Coalition (Support to End Exploitation Now)
Suffolk County, MA
Susan Goldfarb, executive director of the Children's Advocacy Center of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office; coordinator of SEEN
Email: susan.goldfarb@state.ma.us
Phone: 617-779-2149

Vietnamese-American Civic Association (VACA), Youth Program
Dorchester, MA
Thuong Dai, receptionist
Phone: 617-288-7344, ext. 16

Beyond Massachusetts
California
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST)
Phone: 213-365-1906

The Sold Project
Phone: 323-828-6450
Email: contact@thesoldproject.com

New York
Coalition Against Trafficking in Women
Phone: 212-643-9895

Girls Education and Mentoring Services (GEMS)
Phone: 212-926-8089

Somaly Mam Foundation
Phone: 917-388-9623

Rhode Island
Day One
Providence, RI
Phone: 401-421-4100

Washington, DC
Courtney's House
Phone: 202-276-4487
Email: info@courtneyshouse.org

FAIR Fund
Phone: 202-265-1505
Email: info@fairfund.org

Women Against Slavery
Email: katherine.adams@womenagainstslavery.org

Washington state
Shared Hope International
Phone: 866-HER-LIFE (866-437-5433)
Email: savelives@sharedhope.org

National hotline
National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)
Phone: 888-373-7888
Email: nhtrc@polarisproject.org