In an emergency, call 911.  Call (888) 373-7888 for referrals 24/7.


24 hour hotlines

National Human Trafficking Resource Center – 888-373-7888 (or Text HELP to 233733)

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – 800-THE-LOST

National Runaway Safeline – 800-RUN-AWAY

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network – 800-656-HOPE or 

Male victims of sex crimes –

National Domestic Violence Hotline – 800-799-7233 or 

National Suicide Hotline – 800-273-8255


Support with online sexual abuse or crisis helpline at 844-878-CCRI

Support overcoming porn addiction


Report child exploitation

If you see a young person on the street soliciting sex, do not approach them.  Go to a safe place where you can see the youth as their exploiter may be watching them.  Call 911 and tell them that you know that this is a minor and that you believe they are being “commercially sexually exploited”.  Provide details: time, exact location, description of the youth, suspected exploiters and vehicle picking up the youth.   

You can also report suspected self-selling or trafficking to your school principal, nurse, counselor or police.  

Report suspicious activity.  You are not snitching.  You may be saving someone’s life.



Abolitionist Mom

The Disrupt Sex Trafficking campaign was created by Abolitionist Mom.  We strives to inspire social change with breakthrough public service advertising. We design campaigns to reframe issues and affect deeply seated attitudes and behaviors.  Partnering with survivors of exploitation and allied organizations, Abolitionist Mom works to raise awareness of and prevent human trafficking.

Posters are available for schools and public displays.

The Disrupt Sex Trafficking campaign was made possible by many people who care, and was reviewed by 20+ people with lived experience with human trafficking.

Genice Jacobs and Ronald Simenauer, Garnet Creative, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, Jordan Evans Family Foundation, Candace Apple, San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan, Coalition to End Human Trafficking in Monterey and San Cruz Counties, California Against Slavery, Soroptimist International of Oakland, Katherine Miller, National Council of Jewish Women, UC Berkeley Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Temple Sinai of Oakland, Valley Transit Authority, Clear Channel Outdoor, Carla Higgins Real Estate, Teri Kulka Real Estate, Teri Carlisle Real Estate, Mason Family, Gearhart Family, Michael Jacobs, Avagliano Family, Kimmy and Serge Palach, Alice Wertz, Stacy Jewel.