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National Hotline

 Call 888-373-7888 to report suspected human trafficking or if you need help.

Resources in Alabama

Alabama Public Radio is reporting on human trafficking.  You may be a victim of trafficking or you may know someone who is a victim.  You may want to reach out for additional information or assistance.  These are some of the resources that are available in Alabama. 

For Treatment and Support:

The Wellhouse (trafficking survivor shelter near Birmingham)

800-991-0948

We provide a safe residential environment to women, offering spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical support services. We welcome all women who have been sexually exploited through human trafficking. Regardless of race, color, creed, or religion, women in pain can be assured they will find love and acceptance at The Well House.

The Rose Center (A drop-in facility in Mobile)

251-205-8779

Based in Mobile, Alabama, The Rose Center is a drop-in center for young women who are severely at risk for trafficking or already being exploited and it provides services ranging from job preparation, to group counseling, individual therapy, and more. The Rose Center serves as a bridge between the life of trafficking and the long-term care she needs to live an empowered life.

Safe Harbor Youth (a shelter for trafficked young people in the Huntsville area)

256-426-0770

In four years, mort than 70 youth have entered th Safe Harbor Youth Transitional Living Program. Only once has a youth left the program to return to the streets.

Children’s of Alabama CHIPS program (Children’s Hospital Intervention and Prevention Services—in Birmingham)

205-638-2751

CHIPS Center has been an outpatient center at Children’s of Alabama since 1995 where children who have experienced suspected abuse and their families impacted by suspected abuse can come for support, hope, and healing. The CHIPS staff is a team of specially trained licensed professional counselors, doctors, licensed social workers, and sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE).

Blanket Fort Hope (youth sexual assault survivor shelter in the Birmingham area)

888-373-7888

205-532-3048

Our mission is to love and care for child trafficking victims through housing, services, and long-term commitment, and to prevent children from becoming victims by educating children, and professionals who work with children, about human trafficking.

Trafficking Hope (Survivor support group)

225-819-0000

Our mission at Trafficking Hope is to eradicate sex trafficking across the nation while helping empower local churches and organizations in their city and state.

Training Resources:

National Children’s Advocacy Center (trains investigators and prosecutors to work with young survivors of sexual assault in Huntsville)

800-4ACHILD (800-422-4453)

256-0533-KIDS(5437)

256-533-KIDS (5437)

The National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC), located in Huntsville, Alabama, revolutionized the United States’ response to child sexual abuse. Since its creation in 1985, the NCAC has served as a model for the 1000+ Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) now operating in the United States and in more than 33 countries throughout the world.

Task Forces

End It Alabama (with the Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force)
888-373-7888
Text HELP to BeFree (233733)
256-653-8527

Statewide taskforce to combat human trafficking in Alabama.

North Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force (North Alabama Trafficking Task Force)
256-653-8527
888-373-7888

The North Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force was formed to raise public awareness, educate the community, and advocate to effect change in local, regional, and state policies related to human trafficking.

With a special emphasis on sexual exploitation, the North Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force works with service providers, law enforcement, and other agencies and coalitions across north Alabama and the state to prevent human trafficking.