​​​How You Can Take Action

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Pay Attention & Report!
Look for the red flags in your own community and when you're traveling. Be aware when visiting restaurants, spas, malls, hotels, and other areas. If you think you have encountered a victim of human trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline or your local hotline.
Educate yourself about the crime. Attend the Collaborative's educational programs. Monitor the news for human trafficking. ​Read about the laws in your state and those on the federal level. Talk with family, friends, co-workers, and others about the issue.
Arrange for a speakerfrom the Collaborative to present for your school, workplace, business, social group, church, or civic organization. Tell others what you have learned about human trafficking. Share Collaborative's postson social media.


Donate your time and talents to raise awareness of this crime. Make monetary or in-kind donations to the Collaborative or other organizations working on this issue and serving vulnerable populations. To learn more about how you can donate, contact the Collaborative.