If you are not safe, please contact your local law enforcement by calling 911
or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888
You're Not Alone
REQUEST FOR LEGAL SERVICES
Human Trafficking Justice and Freedom International (HTJFI) provides various legal services to survivors of sex and labor trafficking regardless of their geographical location. Our legal services are free of charge. Here is a sample of what we offer:
Amicus curiae support in appellate matters.
Filing restraining, protecting, or legal divorce documents
Expungement of Criminal Records
Pro Bono Placement with local law firms
Direct legal services
Referrals for other services
You have rights, and our volunteers care about you and want to help ensure you have the best possible outcome in your case.
Case Review Process
HTJFI will respond to every form submitted requesting assistance. Given our current caseload, the abundance of cases, and the complexity of your case will determine our ability to help you. You will be required to complete an intake questionnaire based on your answers. We will send a complete application and release it to gather information. Depending on the nature of your case, we may collect information from prosecutors, law enforcement, crime lab, and courts to assess the merits of your case to determine how we can assist you.
Please be advised that contacting HTJFI via this website does not create an attorney/client relationship or signify that we have accepted your case for representation. Please do not send confidential information through this form as it will not be considered privileged. You should also not send personal information via email until entered into our system. Furthermore, if you submit your phone number and email, you indicate it is safe for Human Trafficking Justice and Freedom International to contact you and leave a message. You have understood and agreed to these terms and conditions by submitting information through this website. If you are in danger, contact 911.
If you are an attorney or service provider seeking more information, please click here or fill out this form to learn more about handling your case. Please do not send private and
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Support For Survivors
If you are a human trafficking survivor needing other services, please see a list of organizations where you may be able to receive assistance.
Children Of The Night: Provides youth under 18 who have been sexually exploited or involved in prostitution and pornography housing. They operate a 24-hour hotline at 800-551-1300
Refuge For Women: offers long-term free housing and around-the-clock care for human trafficking survivors; they have locations across the United States. https://www.refugeforwomen.org/
Boys Safe Home: USIAHT’s Florida Safe Home is one of the first safe homes for boys in the United States dedicated to caring for male victims of sex trafficking under the age of 18. https://usiaht.org
Addiction Recovery Services
Dream Center: A 12-month sober living program for those overcoming substance abuse from a life free of drugs and alcohol. Accepts male survivors https://www.dreamcenter.org/residential/
Substance Abuse & Mental Health: If you are seeking treatment referrals, contact their hotline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Education & Employment Assistance
Destiny House: A 9-24 months trauma-informed residential program run by a survivor provides life and skills training and educational opportunities. https://hookersforjesus.net/
Love 146: For survivors seeking skills development, education, employment, application assistance, or appointment accompanies https://love146.org/
Free Transportation For Survivors
Greyhound Lines Inc. offers at-risk and trafficked minors runaway a free ride home or to a safe and stable place to stay.
Delta Airlines: Delta offers survivors a way home at no cost through their SkyMiles program.