See it.

Know the signs of trafficking activity.

Victims of Sex Trafficking May Appear:

  • Fearful, especially near law enforcement
  • Unaware of their location or surroundings (city, state, etc.)
  • Depressed, nervous and/or paranoid
  • Overly sexual, talking a lot about sexual activity or an older boyfriend

Victims of Sex Trafficking May Also:

  • Avoid eye contact
  • Lie about their age
  • Be branded/tattooed
  • Lack personal belongings
  • Have no sense of time
  • Give “scripted” answers or inconsistent details regarding their whereabouts or activities
  • Exhibit signs of abuse (bruises, scratches, welts)
  • Lack identifying documents (driver’s license, I.D., etc.)
  • Have no control of his/her own money
  • Have evidence of controlling or dominating relationships

Say it.

If you see something suspicious, report it!

If you suspect someone is being trafficked in the United States, or you are being exploited, call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at

Stop it.

Host an Anti-Trafficking Education Event

Host an Anti-Trafficking Education Event:

In the United States, there are at least 10,500 children and teens coerced into the sex trade each year – and likely many more.

One More Child has resources available to help educate your community to become passionate advocates for vulnerable children.

You can gather a group and rally together utilizing the tools we provide for you. Submit an inquiry form today.

Click here to find out more.

Join the Fight!

Come alongside One More Child to bring healing to trafficking survivors. Our state-certified mobile outreach team provides a safe, supportive environment for survivors of sex trafficking to heal from trauma and discover their God-given worth and purpose. Every Child in Every City deserves to be protected from sex trafficking. Join us to end it!

You can HELP victims of sex trafficking by partnering with One More Child today!

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