END IT is a Coalition of the leading organizations in the world in the fight for FREEDOM. Each of their amazing Coalition Partners are doing the work, on the ground, everyday, to bring AWARENESS, PREVENTION, RESCUE, and RESTORATION.

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Coalition Partners


Prevents trafficking through awareness, education, and prosecution. Restores survivors by providing protection and rehabilitation.

As Our OwnAs Our Own

Rescues vulnerable children from exploitation and provides lifelong aftercare in a family environment.

Bombay Teen ChallengeBombay Teen Challenge

Rescues and cares for sex slaves from the brothels of Mumbai with the goal of complete physical, mental, and emotional healing as victims are reintegrated back into society.


Prevents child slavery at the source by training the private sector, healthcare workers, and others on how to identify and stop trafficking.

The Exodus RoadThe Exodus Road

Rescues sex slaves throughout SE Asia, India, and the US using a network of covert surveillance teams and individuals.

Free The SlavesFree The Slaves

Breaks the cycle of slavery by freeing slaves and helping them stay free in global trafficking hotspots, while changing the systems that allow slavery to exist.


Restores wholeness to the lives of survivors by walking them through a journey of protection, recovery, empowerment, and integration.

Hope For JusticeHope For Justice

Identifies and rescues victims, advocates on their behalf, while helping to restore and rebuild their lives.

IJMInternational Justice Mission

Protects the poor from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts.


Works to abolish child trafficking and exploitation through prevention and aftercare while contributing to a growing abolition movement.

Made In The Free WorldMade In The Free World

Prevents slavery by providing businesses and individual consumers solutions to identify and remove slavery from their supply chains. Uses the free market to free people.

Not For SaleNot For Sale

Works on the ground and in mainstream supply chains to target the root causes of slavery, while equipping at-risk communities for freedom.


Combats modern-day slavery and transforms the way the world responds to human trafficking.

The Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army

Fights to prevent trafficking in the US and abroad through awareness, prevention, and networking within local communities.

World ReliefWorld Relief

Works through collaboration and education in order to eradicate human trafficking and restore survivors.

World VisionWorld Vision

Works to prevent the trafficking of children, protects those most vulnerable and brings healing to children who have been exploited.

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Additional Partners

Saving Innocence

Saving Innocence works with child victims of sex trafficking. We are currently based in Los Angeles. We respond 24/7 to the site of a minor who has been recovered. We then enter into short term crisis stabilization and long term case management making sure she gets everything she needs to change the trajectory of her life and achieve a healthy outlook. We are also engaged in the prevention process as we regularly go to the places where the most vulnerable exist and provide counseling, guidance and direction.

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The mission of LUNA (Latinas por un Nuevo Amanecer) is to empower, educate, and advocate for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault within our community, so that they may build futures free from violence. LUNA began as a pilot program in 1999, becoming a formal organization in 2002. LUNA is a culturally specific organization based in Des Moines, Iowa with a satellite office in Marshalltown, Iowa, which was opened in August 2015. The services that LUNA currently provides are legal/court advocacy, educational counseling sessions, support groups, a 24 hour bilingual crisis line (English/Spanish), safety planning, domestic violence and sexual assault training, and community referrals .

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Michigan Abolitionist Project (MAP) is a grassroots organization focused on preventing and ending human trafficking in Michigan and beyond. MAP works to raise awareness and mobilize communities to take action, including the restoration of hope and dignity to the survivors of modern slavery. MAP has a growing number Community Groups in many counties spanning from southeast Michigan to west/central Michigan. Our groups regularly provide opportunities to learn and to serve the community. Consider attending; we are eager to welcome you.

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Selah Freedom

Selah Freedom is a national organization providing education and training throughout the country, as well as teen prevention, outreach, and safe housing in the Midwest and Southeast regions of the United States. Selah Freedom's national headquarters is located in Sarasota, Florida. Selah Freedom exists to end sex trafficking and bring freedom to the exploited.

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Wellspring Living

Wellspring Living restores lives broken by sexual exploitation. We are devoted to safeguarding and empowering domestic sex trafficking survivors to develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed. Through life-giving residential and community-based programs, girls and young women are provided the opportunity to live and dream again.

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Hermitage Hall

Hermitage Hall is a Residential Treatment Center specializing in serving children with histories of trauma, neglect, physical and sexual abuse, and trauma induced experiences. Located in Downtown Nashville, TN, Hermitage Hall is of the country's largest full continuum service providers for youth who struggle with a variety of social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. At Hermitage Hall finding hope for children is what we do everyday.

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Compassion International

Compassion International is a child-advocacy ministry that pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty. The ministry releases children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. The goal is for each child to become a responsible and fulfilled adult.

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Alamance For Freedom

Alamance For Freedom works to confront and respond to human trafficking as it exists in Alamance County. We are committed to victim services, outreach, advocacy, and community engagement. Join us!

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On Eagle's Wings

On Eagles Wings is the only residential aftercare program, in the Carolina's for girls age 12-17 that have been rescued from the domestic sex trafficking industry. Our girls receive a private Christian school curriculum, life skills, equine therapy, art therapy, counseling, and a work empowerment program Fields of Hope. We do not charge for our program, and are solely funded by donations. The OEWM vision is to offer female survivors of sex trafficking opportunities to move beyond the pains of their past, renew their strength through God's word, and began to soar with new hope for their future.

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Agape International Missions

Agape International Missions (AIM) was founded on the ground in Cambodia in 1988 as a humanitarian aid and church planting organization in Cambodia. Since 2005, our ministries have focused on ending the evil of child sexual slavery.

AIM takes a holistic approach to Fighting Trafficking, Restoring Victims and Transforming Communities, in order to defeat trafficking. Our projects prevent, rescue, restore and reintegrate. AIM is guided by a distinct philosophy that God anointed the Church through the power of Jesus to overcome evil.

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There Is Hope For Me

Here you can find Healing, Opportunity, Purpose & Empowerment

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A Safe Place

A Safe Place, focuses on prevention, advocacy, and restoration to assist victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking. We service the southeast region of North Carolina.

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FAAST is a strategic alliance of Christian organizations working together to combat slavery and human trafficking. Our mission: FAAST exists to mobilize and equip communities to combat slavery and human trafficking and to restore survivors. Our vision is to see a world of transformed communities, free of slavery and exploitation.

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My Sister's House

My Sister's House is a non profit organization that aims to end domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in our community. We provide services to Asian and Pacific Islander and other undeserved women and children who are impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in a culturally appropriate environment. Our services include: a 24-hour crisis line, 6-bed emergency shelter, 6-bed transitional house, 6-bed human trafficking shelter, Women to Work Program. legal assistance, counselling and Community Outreach & Education. Our crisis line number is (916) 428-3271.

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Treasures is a survivor-led, outreach and support group to women in the sex industry and victims of sex trafficking. Our mission is to reach, restore, and equip the women we serve to live healthy, flourishing lives, and train others to do the same across the globe.

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Together with community support, we provide emergency and long-term shelter, intervention and outreach services to runaway, homeless, exploited, and other youth in crisis. SafeHouse serves as co-chair of the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking task force ensuring comprehensive care to all trafficking victims – minors and adults, domestic and foreign nationals. Our goal is to restore dignity to trafficking victims.

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iCare serves women and children who are victimized by sexual exploitation as well as those who are at risk of being victimized. We serve through a three-pronged approach of prevention, intervention and restoration.

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EAC Network’s Safe Harbour program advocates for, protects, and cares for children who have been, or who are at risk of being, sexually exploited in Suffolk County, New York. Safe Harbour provides case management, referrals, medical assistance, crisis intervention, bilingual services, vocational counselors, peer specialists, group therapy, education, and other community-based services to support these children in need.

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The Samaritan Women

The Samaritan Women is a national Christian organization providing restorative care to survivors, and bringing about an end to domestic sex trafficking through awareness, prevention, and advocacy.

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Trafficking Organizations

International Sanctuary

The mission of International Sanctuary is to empower young women and girls rescued from commercial sexual exploitation. By providing meaningful employment through International Sanctuary's social enterprise, Purpose Jewelry, girls are able to support themselves and obtain job training and experience. Through iSanctuary's wide range of holistic care services young women can begin to heal and grow in mind, body, and soul. It is iSanctuary's mission to not just sustain victims of modern-day slavery, but to provide the tools and life skills they need to embrace their true identity and worth, and transform into survivors with true freedom.

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Hookers For Jesus

We reach out to ladies who are struggling with being abused by the system of the sex entertainment industry. We offer unconditional love, support and resources through our services.

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The Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) serves New York's public by promoting the safety, permanency and well-being of our children, families and communities. OCFS is dedicated to improving the integration of services for New York’s children, youth, families and vulnerable populations; to promoting their development; and to protecting them from violence, neglect, abuse and abandonment. The agency provides a system of family support, juvenile justice, child care and child welfare services that promote the safety and well-being of children and adults. Among the operating principles across all program areas are that services should be developmentally appropriate, family-centered and family-driven, community-based, locally responsive, and evidence and outcome based.

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The Dream Center

The Dream Center works with law enforcement to help women and children escape abuse and receive a fresh start in life. Through viable networks with these law enforcement agencies and other community-based organizations, the Mid-Atlantic Dream Center is taking important steps toward establishing methods and techniques to effectively reverse the effects human trafficking has on its victims by helping them through our four phases of recovery.

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Out of Darkness

Our mission is to reach, rescue and restore all victims of commercial sexual exploitation, that the glory of God may be known. We offer 24/7 crisis assistance for victims through our hotline, rescues teams, safe homes and placement into long-term recovery programs.

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Reclaim13 works to end the cycle of sexual exploitation, engaging in the prevention of sexual exploitation and the healing of those who are victimized. Reclaim13 operates Cherish House, a safe home for girls between the ages of 10-21 who are victims of sex trafficking.

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Lily Pad Haven

Lily Pad Haven, Inc. provides emergent and transitional housing for victims of human trafficking who need the comfort and protection of a healing, loving home to restore body, mind and spirit. We focus our efforts on providing an integrated system of care in collaboration with internal programs and community partners.

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Center of Hope

The Center of Hope exists to protect victims of human trafficking and modern-day slavery and to lead anti-trafficking efforts within the region through outreach, education, and victim-centered services.

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More Too Life

More Too Life is an anti-trafficking, sexual violence victim service and prevention agencies. We are hear to change the way America views exploitation and to end it. Named by United Way Worldwide as one of our nations leading.

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The Alabaster Gift

The Alabaster Gift is committed to nurturing the survivors of human trafficking, offering purpose, value and choice. As service providers for Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties we offer a community of hope for women currently or previously involved in sexual and/or labor exploitation. Our mission is to provide women the opportunity to seek emotional, mental, spiritual and physical renewal. Additionally, The Alabaster Gift is prayerfully devoted in holding up those trapped in human trafficking, spreading awareness to the communities around us and partnering with other anti-trafficking organizations locally and worldwide to put an end to modern day slavery.

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In Our Backyard

In Our Backyard (IOB) was established in 2006, when a new awareness of human trafficking brought IOB founder, Nita Belles, to realize that there was no option to “stand on the sidelines” of this atrocity. In 2009 at the request of the U.S. Marshall over human trafficking for Oregon, Central Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (CO-OATH) was created to undertake work surrounding human trafficking in Central Oregon. Since that time, CO-OATH has integrated into In Our Backyard, where the work continues. From 2010 to the present, some of the things In Our Backyard has focused on are: eradicating sex trafficking at large events including the “Super Bowl”, raising awareness, providing expert advice on local and national human trafficking legislative issues, working with local first responders, medical and mental health professionals to help potential human trafficking victims and managing programs like the Freedom Sticker Campaign and now the Convenience Store Against Trafficking (CSAT) Program. In addition, IOB welcomes volunteers, interns and committed donors to link arms across America in the fight against human trafficking.

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Brittany's Place

Brittany’s Place: A Safe and Sound Shelter for Girls, a program of 180 Degrees, empowers girls ages 10 – 17 who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, sex trafficking to be aware of their self-worth, make healthy choices, and ensure their successful future. Brittany’s Place provides housing and supportive services through a 12-bed shelter and transitional house located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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