This page was last updated January 12, 2022.
Welcome to our resource library. Follow the links below to learn more about human trafficking as well as local and federal efforts to combat trafficking nationwide. Also, view and download graphics below to spread awareness on human trafficking. For a selection of infographics made by our office, scroll down to Downloadable Resources. All are available to download for free as PDFs.
An online training curriculum that introduces the topic of human trafficking, service provision, collaboration and long-term survivor care. Please see flyer for a brief overview.
The National Human Trafficking Hotline receives tips about potential trafficking situations, connects survivors of trafficking to services and support, and tracks data about human trafficking on national and state levels.
NHTTAC delivers training and technical assistance (T/TA) on behalf of the Office on Trafficking Persons (OTIP) to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking.
Polaris operates the National Human Trafficking Hotline and publishes extensive resources and reports on human trafficking.
The legislatively mandated leader of anti-human trafficking efforts in North Carolina housed and staffed by the N.C. Judicial Branch.
A non-profit comprised of a coalition of service providers and governmental agencies joined together in the effort to eradicate human trafficking in North Carolina.
A statewide project and partnership with the UNC School of Social Work with the goal to increase awareness and prevention around human trafficking.
A national organization focused on ending violence against women and children through education, public policy, and innovative programming.
DHS's anti-human trafficking campaign.
The DOJ's website on federal efforts to combat human trafficking through the criminal justice system.
Human Trafficking Awareness Month Promotional Materials
Sample social media posts
Did you know? In 2020 North Carolina ranked 9th in the nation for human trafficking cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
Did you know? A total of 368 human trafficking victims were served by North Carolina state-funded sexual assault agencies between July 2020 and June 2021.
- Map of Blue Lights: Blue Lights Campaign: January 7-12, 2022
NC-specific stats about trafficking and an overview of human trafficking.
An overview of the relationship between human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault.
Information about the Council for Women and Youth Involvement's SEE NC Online Curriculum.
Specific considerations for male survivors of human trafficking.
Describes labor trafficking, where it is found, and signs of it.
Frequently asked questions concerning labor trafficking.
Describes recommended practices for providing housing for survivors of human trafficking.