- Phone: Hotline 1-888-373-7888
- Text: “BEFREE” or “HELP” to 233733
- Email: email@example.com
- Directory: https://humantraffickinghotline.org/training-resources/referral-directory
“Your Eyes Save Lives” – Kentucky Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign:
Per this resource, a person may be subject to sex trafficking if they:
- Appear submissive, fearful, or nervous.
- Lack control of identification documents or money.
- Have an inconsistent or well-rehearsed story about where they live, the relationship with the person they are with, or how they traveled to the current location.
- Dress inappropriately for the weather, their location, or age.
- Are in the presence of an overtly controlling or concerned friend or boyfriend/girlfriend.
- Possess multiple hotel key cards, prepaid credit cards, or cellphones.
- Show signs of physical, mental, or emotional abuse.
- Seem unable to come and go as they please.
A person may be subject to labor trafficking if they:
- Appear to live at their place of employment.
- Are transported in a group by the employer or someone who is part of the employer’s organization.
- Experience restricted or monitored movement.
- Do not control their identification documents.
- Earn wages below the state’s minimum wage.
- Are constantly indebted to the employer.
- Show signs of physical abuse, isolation, and starvation.
Operation Underground Railroad: https://ourrescue.org
The Samaritan Women: https://thesamaritanwomen.org
Tim Tebow Foundation: https://www.timtebowfoundation.org/ministries/anti-human-trafficking
The Jensen Project: https://www.thejensenproject.org
Valiant Hearts: https://www.valianthearts.org
Scarlet Hope: https://scarlethope.org
Terebinth Refuge: https://terebinthrefuge.org/resources
The GreenLight Project: https://www.greenlightoperation.org/blog/2019/10/2/how-pornography-impacts-sex-trafficking
The Samaritan Women
“The Samaritan Women offers these resources to encourage you to use YOUR VOICE to advocate against sexual exploitation. This is a national problem, and it will take each of us doing our part in our own communities to raise awareness and solicit change. We invite you to use these resources as a way to take your next step in learning more about this issue.”
“The Samaritan Women is passionate about educating the community on the realities of sex trafficking, how to protect the vulnerable, and how to engage the Church.”
- Help raise awareness by requesting one of our trainings (virtual or in-person) for your church, school, coworkers, or other circle of influence.
- Join The Shepherd Project Speaker Series to receive tools and training from experts on how faith communities can respond to sexual abuse.
The Samaritan Women want to help “Equip Your Church:”
Create a culture of safety and transparency by educating your staff and community about sexual abuse and trafficking. Put safeguards in place, teach sermons about abuse, and bring training to your congregation.
- Develop a safe culture Pastoral Response Wheel | Safe Havens
- Host a “Freedom Sunday.” Included in this packet are prayers, sermon starters, and calls to action “Freedom Sunday” Packet
- Teach sermons about abuse Sermons on Domestic and Sexual Violence | Safe Havens
- Learn from survivors and Christian advocates 2019 ERLC Caring Well Conference | Equipping Churches to Confront Abuse
- Put safeguards in place G.R.A.C.E. – Godly Response to Abuse in Christian Environments
Interested in learning more? Join The Shepherd Project Speaker Series to receive tools and training from experts on how the Church can respond to sexual abuse
Register for our training: The T.A.M.A.R. Method: Ministering to Victims of Sexual Trauma
More from The Samaritan Women Resource page regarding “Talking to Your Kids”:
- Sex Trafficking Prevention | Parents’ Guide | Covenant House
- Youth Talking Points | Downloadable Postcard | Covenant House
- How to Talk to Kids About Trafficking | TRUST
- “Rock the Talk” by The Mama Bear Effect – How to talk to kids about body safety, abuse, and sex: Infants and Toddlers; Grade School; Teens and Tweens
Register for our training: Vulnerable Youth: Identifying Predators and Protecting Children
A sister-in-Christ who lived advocacy well as was Harriet Tubman. She was someone who experienced more brutality, heartbreak, and injustice than most will ever endure. And yet she lovingly and courageously trusted God… boldly rescuing hundreds from slavery in the mid-1800’s. Of all of the people I will have the honor of meeting in Heaven, she is one I am beyond thrilled to hug.