Join Our Fight to 
End Human Trafficking by Providing Resources
to Every Victim

Would you be able to identify a victim of human trafficking if you saw her in public?

While many trafficking victims are locked away behind closed doors, most are hidden in plain sight.

A United Nations report says human trafficking is at a 13-year high. According to the International Labor Organization, an estimated 40.3 million people around the world are victims of human trafficking – a third of whom are children.

Human trafficking involves either force, coercion, or outright lies to obtain labor or sex work (whether commercial or illicit).

Most victims are women who face additional challenges, making them particularly vulnerable.

Substance use, undocumented migration, mental health issues, and unstable housing put women at risk. Meanwhile, one out of every seven children reported as a runaway ends up as a trafficking victim.

Many of these women and girls were coerced into a life of sex work or forced labor with false promises of marriage, legitimate job opportunities, or security.

Tackling human trafficking is not easy, and there’s no single solution.

But together, we can support the victims with resources, educate communities, and cooperate with law enforcement to bring powerful predators to justice.

1 in 10

CHILDREN ARE SEXUALLY ABUSED. MANY BETWEEN THE AGES OF 2-4

1 OF 3

CHILDREN ARE SOLICITED FOR SEX WITHIN 48 HOURS OF RUNNING AWAY

1 in 9

CHILDREN RECEIVE ONLINE SEXUAL SOLICITATION

12 - 17

IS THE AVERAGE AGE CHILDREN ENTER SEX TRAFFICKING

Working to End Human Trafficking with Resources

Most victims of human trafficking are distrustful after years of victimization and betrayal.

Human traffickers often pose as benefactors offering false promises of housing, food, and a comfortable life.

It’s important for everyone to understand how human trafficking works and what it looks like – because it’s happening in all our communities in front of our eyes.

woman free sex trafficking

That’s why The Priceless Journey partners with local ministries and non-governmental agencies as well as law enforcement and government agencies to educate communities and reduce demand.

Awareness is half the battle.

We provide workshops with the goal of educating, training, and equipping individuals to not only recognize the issue, but to give them tools to face it head-on.

Our life-transforming resources show victims that someone sees them and cares. We provide victims with connections to help them move forward.

“This book has been my lifeline.” ~ Rescued HT Victim

Kim Embraces Her True Identity After a Past of Agony

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Be Part of the Solution to Save Women from Human Trafficking

Victims of trafficking resent the world and have lost all hope. They believe no one cares about them. Many times, after years of gaslighting and abuse, they’ve been brainwashed into believing their reality is normal.

Together, we can show them another life is possible with a message of redemption and hope.

The Priceless Journey partners with acclaimed organizations and trafficking survivors to bridge the information and communication gap.

Your donation helps us continue our work of reducing the demand for human trafficking before more victims are swept up into its net.

Human trafficking is a $150 billion industry globally. To take on that kind of financial power, we need all the help we can get.

Donate today to be a part of the solution and provide hope to women the world has left behind.

Partners We Trust

U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT)

Phone: 1 813 895 3390 Ext. 103
Email: nkehn@usiaht.org
Website: usiaht.org
Contact: Natalie

Polaris Hotline

For immediate help: 1 888 373 7888
National Human Trafficking Hotline
SMS: 233733 (Text “HELP” or “INFO”)
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Languages: English, Spanish and 200 more languages
Website: humantraffickinghotline.org

611 Network

Phone: 1 305 507 7528
Email: info@611network.org
Website: 611network.org
Contact: Anthony

Rahab’s Daughters

Phone: 1 833 463 9329
Email: info@rahabsdaughters.org
Website: rahabsdaughters.org
Contact: Sharmila (Sam)