Other Informative Websites
These websites are provided as resources to explore. AEHT does not endorse these resources or organizations but provides them as part of its educational outreach.
Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
The Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigates cases of trafficking and is an important partner in victim identification.
Coalition Against the Trafficking of Women (CATW)
Contacting the Congress
Contacting the Congress is a site that provides complete up-to-date information on each senator and representative, their addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) has a number of responsibilities regarding victims of trafficking found in the United States.
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Justice
Department of Justice Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)
Department of Labor International Labor Affairs Bureau
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Global Modern Slavery Directory: the first-of-its-kind publicly searchable database of over 770 organizations and hotlines working on human trafficking and forced labor.
How to Talk to Children and Youth About Human Trafficking (EdD Program, Baylor University)
The HumanTraffickingSearch site is a content-driven search portal, which compiles online resources on Human Trafficking worldwide in 14 languages.
Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center
The Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center exists to help organizations and tribes start, sustain, or grow their anti-trafficking work. The Center’s free services are intended to provide immediate and sustainable benefits to organizations and Tribal Nations with minimal demands on their time. The Center is a coaching and development hub.
Human Trafficking Task Force e-Guide
Provides practitioner-driven, evidence-based training and technical assistance (TTA) that is responsive to the particular needs of victim service providers, their communities, and the victims they serve, including a specific focus on human trafficking.
Information for Immigrants regarding Health Care Options
Provides updates on current and pending U.S. legislation. On the site, you may customize e-letters to legislators and pass information along to colleagues.
Internet/Social Media Safety Guide for Women
Local Government Search
Local Government Search provides a way to find local resources.
Modern Slavery Project
National Human Trafficking Hotline
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Office on Trafficking in Persons – An Office of the Administration for Children and Families
Prostitution Research and Education (PRE)
Prostitution Research and Education, a nonprofit organization, conducts research on prostitution, pornography, and trafficking, and offers education and consultation to researchers, survivors, the public, and policymakers.
Shared Hope International
Stop Child Labor
Sweat & Toil: Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking Around the World (Downloadable App)
Five things you can do with this app are:
- Check countries’ efforts to eliminate child labor;
- Find child labor data;
- Browse goods produced with child labor or forced labor;
- Review laws and ratifications; and
- See what governments can to do end child labor.
Volunteers, who either were a missing or sexually exploited child; or who have experienced first-hand the agony of their child being missing or sexually exploited provide peer support to countless people who are suffering the loss and trauma of a missing or exploited child. Call 866-305-HOPE (4673) to talk to a Team HOPE member.
UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN-GIFT) Hub
UN Commission on the Status of Women
UN and Children in Armed Conflict
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) sponsors the Blue Heart Campaign against human trafficking. The Blue Heart represents the sadness of those who are trafficked while reminding us of the cold-heartedness of those who buy and sell fellow human beings.
The use of the blue UN color also demonstrates the commitment of the United Nations to combating this crime against human dignity. By wearing the Blue Heart you raise awareness of this crime and join the campaign to fight it. Materials and more information on the Blue Heart campaign can be found at:
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Visa Requirements to Enter the U.S.A.
For travelers from other countries; the information is kept up-to-date.