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PATH Collaborative is a partnership of amazing people and organizations striving to support victims & survivors of human trafficking.

About Human Trafficking

sobre Trafico de Personas

Get Help in Houston

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This online Referral Directory is made up of anti-trafficking organizations and programs that offer emergency, transitional, or long-term services to victims and survivors of human trafficking as well as those that provide resources and opportunities in the anti-trafficking field.

If you would like direct personal assistance, are having trouble accessing services, or cannot find what you are looking for, please contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline directly to speak with a hotline advocate 24/7:

1-888-373-7888   •   Text “BEFREE” or “HELP” to 233733   •   Chat

or email help@humantraffickinghotline.org*

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See a list of organizations that are providing direct financial assistance to Houston area undocumented and immigrant neighbors. 

We are #AllInThisTogether.

Source: HILSC

Housing Resources

See transitional housing resources in Houston and Texas here:

https://humantraffickinghouston.org/resources/transitional-housing/

 

Healthcare Resources

This 24-hour mental health helpline (not a hotline) with The Alliance due to the rise of DV for abusers and victims. It’s a free, no insurance needed service with access to therapists. Call 855.699.8800 if you need to talk and before your break.

For more information on how to respond to a suspected case of human trafficking, please contact:

(713) 397-1785
RECOGNIZEHT@bcm.edu
Source: Department of Psychiatry and Behavior Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine

Search Directory Here

This online Referral Directory is made up of anti-trafficking organizations and programs that offer emergency, transitional, or long-term services to victims and survivors of human trafficking as well as those that provide resources and opportunities in the anti-trafficking field.

If you would like direct personal assistance, are having trouble accessing services, or cannot find what you are looking for, please contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline directly to speak with a hotline advocate 24/7:

1-888-373-7888   •   Text “BEFREE” or “HELP” to 233733   •   Chat

or email help@humantraffickinghotline.org*

Get the FACTS

Have you been told you can’t leave your workplace? Are you forced to stay? Freedom is within reach. Learn more here

Legal Representation

Resources for Migrants or Immigrants

Basic needs assistance for Black LGBTQIA+ migrants facing desperate circumstances stemming from losing income, food and housing insecurities, lack of access to sanitary supplies, testing and healthcare.

In helping to create a home-away-from-home, we assist government-approved refugees in becoming self-sufficient through cultural orientation, job development, family reunification and resettlement. We assist newcomers approved by the federal government in securing housing, food, clothing and other necessities, accessing experienced social workers, gaining jobs, life and language skills, and otherwise assimilating into the nation’s fourth largest city. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States. It can happen in any community and victims can be any age, race, gender, or nationality. Traffickers might use violence, manipulation, or false promises of well-paying jobs or romantic relationships to lure victims into trafficking situations.

To report suspected human trafficking to Federal law enforcement:
To get help from the National Human Trafficking Hotline:
or text HELP or INFO to
BeFree (233733)
Para reportar un posible caso de trata de personas:
Obtenga ayuda de la Línea Directa Nacional de Trata de Personas:
o enviando un mensaje de texto con HELP o INFO to
BeFree (233733)

Many non-U.S. citizen victims do not have legal status in the United States, and this is a powerful way the trafficker controls victims. Immigration relief is a critical tool because it provides a way for victims to feel secure and stabilize their status in the United States. Without legal status, victims may not be able to stay in the United States, or they may be limited in their access to victim assistance services. Immigration relief can help stabilize a victim without legal status. 

Federal public benefits are available through Health and Human Services (HHS) for victims of a severe form of trafficking who have received certification from HHS.  Minor victims (under 18) are eligible for federal public benefits through HHS immediately once they are identified as a victim, and do not need HHS certification.

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