HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOURCES 
This page was last updated: July 30, 2021
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NATIONAL RESOURCES 

NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE
Phone: 888-373-7888  
Toll-free hotline is answered live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 
Email:  help@humantraffickinghotline.org  
(to report a tip or use online form!) 
Website: https://humantraffickinghotline.org/state/michigan
The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national, anti-trafficking hotline and resource center 
serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United 
States. Callers can speak with the Hot-line in English or Spanish, or in more than 200 additional lan-
guages using a 24-hour tele-Interpreting service. When you call the Hotline, you can expect a specially 
trained and experienced Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocate who will speak with you about your needs, 
your options, and the resources we have available to help.  

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
333 John Carlyle    Suite 125
Alexandria, VA   22314-3175
Phone: 703-224-2150  
OR  800-THE LOST (800-843-5678)  24 Hour Call Center 
Website: http://www.missingkids.org/theissues/trafficking
NCMEC provides specialized technical assistance, analysis and recovery services on cases 
involving child sex trafficking, including:
1.  Reviewing CyberTipline reports related to child sex trafficking;
2.  Assisting on cases of missing children involved in, or at risk of, trafficking;
3.  Providing technical assistance and training to help with the identification, 
     location and provision of recovery planning and services to victims of child 
     sex trafficking 
4.  Supporting the recovery of victims by making referrals for post-recovery 
     resources and services for child sex trafficking victims and their families
5.  Providing peer-to-peer support for families of child sex trafficking victims

Shared Hope International
P.O. Box 65337
Vancouver, WA  98665
Phone: 866-437-5433
E-mail: savelives@sharedhope.org
Website: https://sharedhope.org/what-we-do
We support safe homes, medical care, education, vocational training, therapy, and outreach 
and intervention services for survivors.


STATE RESOURCES: 

Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force      Text to BeFree (233733)
P.O. Box 811653
Lansing, MI  48917
Email:  janemhtf@gmail.com    Jane P. White, Director 
Website: https://mhttf.org
What We Do: 
Engages innumerable agencies to work together for the collaborative impact of awareness, 
support of prosecution of offenders, and identifying victims and putting forth every effort 
to assist them to become survivors.
1.     Fosters creation and leadership in order for regional task forces 
        to engage within communities to best identify victims and resources 
        for anti-trafficking efforts
2.     Provides necessary funding and training for Michigan police officers
3.     Creates training, education, and Train the Trainer to innumerable groups 
        such as NGO’s, victim service providers, faith-based groups, medical 
        providers, teachers, students, political leaders, and community groups.
4.     Advocates for needed research and data collection
5.     Disseminates reliable and informed data and information
6.     Sponsors, organizes, and provides state-wide conferences
7.     Continually assessing and disseminating transfer of new information 
        and pronouncement of responsible education
8.     Acts as an intermediary between victims working to become 
        survivors and provides a connection to access available services
9.     Actively recruits and enlists volunteers
10.   Publishes on social media regularly that includes Facebook, Twitter, a Web Site 
        and a Blog.
11.   Supports a peer to peer self-help group for survivors
12.   Provides research and information to legislature and other governmental entities 
        when requested
13.   Advocates a victim centered approach, and trauma informed trained professionals

Women At Risk International 
2790 44th SW
Wyoming, MI  49519
Phone: 616-855-0796   877-END-SLAVERY (363-7528)  Toll-Free
Email: info@warinternational.org
Website: https://warinternational.org
Creating Circles of Protection & Hope
Women At Risk, International (WAR Int'l) is a Michigan based, non-profit organization, established 
to create circles of protection around those at-risk. Through culturally sensitive, value-added inter-
vention projects and partnerships, we provide safe places to heal from abuse, trafficking, exploitation, 
and more. Our passion is to empower survivors to live and work with dignity and hope.
&
Our programs and partnerships span the globe, reaching over 40 countries, including the United States. 
Each month, additional projects and partnerships are formed, increasing our ability to offer the rescued 
and at-risk a "hand-up" instead of a handout.

Hope Against Trafficking
P.O. Box 431413
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone: 248-838-9189
Email: hello@hopeagainsttrafficking.org
Website: https://hopeagainsttrafficking.org
Hope Against Trafficking provides a 24 month residential holistic program to adult women survivors 
of human trafficking. The program includes rent-free housing and comprehensive services focused 
on the physical, mental, and economic transformational needs in order to empower them to thrive. 
We have an apartment designated for quarantining new residents and if any residents exhibit COVID 
symptoms.


COUNSELING, SUPPORT SERVICES & COMMUNITY AWARENESS RESOURCES: 

Michigan Abolitionist Project 
PO Box 180603
Utica, MI  48318
Email: info@michiganabolitionistproject.org
Website: https://www.michiganabolitionistproject.org
Programs that prevent and address modern slavery are critical to creating healthy, safe and resilient 
communities. We are committed to strengthening and expanding our programs and services to address 
the root causes of slavery and restore dignity to its victims and survivors.

The Institute on Human Trafficking Education
37637 Five Mile  Suite 111 
Livonia, MI  48154
Phone: 517-580-9188
Website: https://theinstituteonhumantrafficking.org
About The Institute for Human Trafficking Education:
To encourage and support charitable and community projects that promote the prevention of human 
trafficking through education, training and resources.
PURPOSE: 
We assist other public foundations and outreach programs organized to educate and inform the 
community and to conduct events, seminars and other activities to promote these purposes.
AWARENESS: 
We raise funds from the general public to build awareness about Human Trafficking.
HOUSING & SHELTER PROGRAMS: 
We launch housing or shelter pilot programs as it relates To the needs of survivors and victims 
to regain education and life skills.
TRAINING PROGRAM EDUCATION:
We establish training programs that educate citizens, local law enforcement and other community 
groups and businesses relating to Human Trafficking.

All Worthy Of Love 
2844 Livernois 
PO Box 99067
Troy, MI  48099
Phone: 313-923-7477
Email:  info@allworthyoflove.org
Website: http://allworthyoflove.org
All Worthy of Love is a justice focused non-profit that reaches out to men and women enslaved by 
street prostitution. Our mission is to restore broken dwellings, based on the teachings of Isaiah 58. 
We work in a three stranded cord; prevention, rescue, and restoration. We prevent sex-trafficking 
through awareness. We promote awareness through various speaking engagements at local chur-
ches, schools, and small groups to educate the community of modern day slavery. We rescue vic-
tims of trafficking through weekly outreach. We restore victims of trafficking through partnerships 
with local organizations that offer safe housing and restorative care

Sparrow Freedom Project
30773 Milford  PMB 196
New Hudson, MI 48165
Email: info@sparrowfreedomproject.org
Website: https://sparrowfreedomproject.org
What We Do: 
We help provide aid and support to survivors of human trafficking. Assistance includes: food, clothing, 
emergency housing rental costs, transportation, and other basic needs. 
Educate: 
Education is key in the fight against Human Trafficking. We offer a Human Trafficking 101 Training Course
for all licensed professionals in the state of Michigan. If you are interested in booking a speaker for your community, school, church, or business event, please visit our How to Help page and scroll down to our Speaker Request Form.


HOUSING RESOURCES / DETROIT & METRO DETROIT: 

FREEDOM HOUSE 
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 9208
Detroit, MI  48209
&
Physical Address:
1777 N. Rademacher
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone:  313-964-4320
Email: info@freedomhousedetroit.org
Website: https://freedomhousedetroit.org
Freedom House Detroit is a temporary home for indigent survivors of persecution from around 
the world who are seeking asylum in the United States and Canada. Our mission is to uphold 
a fundamental American principle, one inscribed on the base of the Statue of Liberty, providing 
safety for those “yearning to breathe free." Guided by our belief that all persons deserve to live 
free from oppression and to be treated with justice, compassion and dignity, we offer a continuum 
of care and services to our residents as well as to other refugees in need. We advocate for systemic 
change that more fully recognizes the rights of asylum seekers. in 2012 we became a formal partner 
in the Northern Tier Anti-Trafficking Consortium servicing victims of human trafficking.

Alternatives for Girls
903 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-361-4000 #295    888-234-3919  24-hour hotline
Email: resourcecenter@alternativesforgirls.org
Website: https://alternativesforgirls.org
AFG’s Shelter Program provides a stable home, counseling, and life skills training to home-
less young women aged 15-21 and their children.The goal is to empower them to lead pro-
ductive and fulfilling lives. AFG’s Shelter can house up to 30 young women and their children. 
In addition to providing homeless young women with a safe and stable place to stay, AFG also
provides life skills classes, counseling and case planning services to those we serve—all with 
the goal of giving them the tools they need to lead fulfilling and independent lives.
Shelter programs include:
Stepping Stones:
A program for homeless and runaway young women ages 15-17 with the goal of reunifying 
them with their families
Emergency Shelter:
A program for homeless young women ages 15-21 and their children, with the goal of 
providing a short-term safe and stable environment until they can get back on their feet
Transition to Independent Living:
Provides homeless young women with long-term shelter combined with life skills classes, 
case planning services, and counseling, with the goal of providing young women with the 
tools they need to be successful on their own
Aftercare:
Provides continuing support to young women ages 15-21  that have moved out of our shelter
as well as to youth who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless in the community.

Covenant House Michigan
2959 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-463-2000 
Website: https://covenanthousemi.org
We provide direct care for survivors of trafficking and work to stop this exploitation as part 
of the strongest anti-trafficking coalition in the United States.

Detroit Phoenix Center 
​8801 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-482-0916
Email: Info@detroitphoenixcenter.org
Website: http://www.detroitphoenixcenter.org
​A low barrier, safe space for young adults, ages 18-24 who are at risk of and/or currently 
experiencing homelessness. 
Young adults can access:
1.  Showers
2.  Meals
3.  Laundry Services
4.  Transportation Assistance
5.  Basic need items and clothing
6.  Career readiness, life skills and 
7.  Housing crisis support through 
8.  Computer lab available for Online 
     searching and resume development,
Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 am -3:00 pm
18-24 years of age (Opportunity Youth)
&
Tuesday - Thursday 4:00 pm -8:00 pm
13-18 years of age (High School Students)
​&
Fridays by appointment only*
Please bring a form of ID when visiting ABRC
&
R.I.S.E Emergency Services Fund:
An emergency services fund reserved for providing youth and young adults immediate respite from 
the elements using housing vouchers and support with basic needs that can prevent homelessness.

Perfecting Community Development Corporation
Amelia Agnes Home for Women & Children 
7616 E. Nevada 
Detroit, MI  48234
Phone: 586-323-7066    313-365-2273
Email: information@perfectingcommunity.org
Website: https://perfectingcdc.org
THE AMELIA AGNES TRANSITIONAL HOME FOR WOMEN’s mission is to provide quality housing and 
support services to women and children while assisting them with becoming self-sufficient by Economic Independence, Parenting & Life Skills, Self- Actualization and Spiritual Growth. Serves Oakland, Wayne 
& Macomb Counties. 
&
THE Amelia Agnes Transitional Home is our homeless shelter program where women and children can 
begin again with dignity and respect. The program provides each family with a private suite and support 
services in efforts to assist them with becoming self-sufficient. Residents learn to combat homelessness 
while improving decision-making and problem solving skills along with eliminating barriers hindering 
educational and economic growth while gaining intervention tools for life restoration. 


HOUSING RESOURCES / MACOMB COUNTY: 

BRANCH 
PO Box 381220
Clinton Township, MI   48038-0078
Phone: 313-444-4066
Email:  admin@branchanew.org 
Website: https://branchanew.org
BRANCH is committed to providing safety, healing and a new beginning for rescued victims 
of human trafficking. Currently, BRANCH is renovating a house that will soon become our first 
safe home.This will be the first of several BRANCH locations where victims will receive unique 
care, begin to heal and start the journey to rebuild their lives through access to education and 
life coaching.


HOUSING RESOURCES / OAKLAND COUNTY: 

Oakland County Human Trafficking Resources
1200 N.Telegraph
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-858-1280
Email: health@oakgov.com 
Website: https://www.oakgov.com/health/partnerships/humantrafficking/Pages/resources.aspx
Call or Text the Common Ground Resource & Crisis Helpline at 800-231-1127

ELI'S HOUSE
2964 Northampton
Troy, MI  48083
Phone: 586-242-9280
Website: https://ellishouse313.wixsite.com/endslavery
Elli's House is a 501(c)3 nonprofit serving homeless, runaway women involved in human trafficking 
in the city of Detroit. We provide safe shelter, educational support, counseling and medical services. 
Elli's House also provides a two year plan that provides family problem solving, crisis management, 
and continued counseling and medical services, with family reunification as our primary goal.

Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-334-2187 #1123 
Email:  info@gracecentersofhope.org
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/about-us
Eligibility for Emergency Shelter or Life Skills Program:
In the event you are not eligible for our programs or we have reached our capacity, we will strive 
to find programming suitable for your needs.

SANCTUM HOUSE 
200 W. 2nd   Suite # 842
Royal Oak, MI  48068
Phone: 248-574-9373
Email:  info@sanctumhouse.org 
Website: https://www.sanctumhouse.org
Services Provided:
Goals for Residents:

Centro Multicultural La Familia
35 W. Huron  Suite 100
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-858-7800
Website: https://www.centromulticultural.org/copy-of-our-programs
WORKSHOPS
We offer WORKSHOPS in English and Spanish to schools or other organizations about different 
topics including:
Offers a great deal of bi-lingual services to victims!


HOUSING RESOURCES / WASHTENAW COUNTY:

Ozone House
1600 N. Huron Dr.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-662-2265     Crisis Line 734-662-2222 (24 hours)  
Monday thru Thursday 9 -8 p.m., Friday 9-5 p.m.
&
Ypsilanti Youth Drop-In Center
102 N. Hamilton (1 block from bus station)
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-485-2222
Website: https://ozonehouse.org
Ozone House is now offering regular hours to screen young people, ages 17.5 – 24, 
for housing opportunities.  
These include:
TEXT “OZONE” TO 734-662-2222 ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR TABLET DEVICE
Counselors available on TEXT line Monday-Thursday 10 am-7 pm and Friday 10 am-4 pm.


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