People Are Not Products

Human traffickers can be found anywhere and it is here in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Human trafficking is the exploitation of men, women, and children through force, fraud, and coercion for the purposes of commericial sex or labor. Our program identifies victims and serves survivors being exploited in factories, massage parlors, pimp-controlled prostitution and domestic servitude such as nannies and housekeepers. Those being exploited are different ages, gender identities, nationalities, and come from different ethnic and economic backgrounds. It is an issue that impacts the whole community and one we can all contribute to ending.

We are on a mission to generate public awareness, increase the identification of local victims and assist in the coordination of services for victims in our neighborhoods. As part of the End Slavery Cincinnati coalition and in partnership with law enforcement and other community partners, our efforts include emergency response, outreach and case management for victims, group counseling, court advocacy and responding to other needs of the community in addition to providing comprehensive care to trafficked individuals. We operate a 24 hour hotline through which we respond to tips from community members and the needs of individuals being exploited. Anyone can call the confidential line to report or to get help:
(513) 800-1863

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How We Help

The Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky is proud to partner with End Slavery Cincinnati. Our Anti-Human Trafficking Program provides comprehensive case management to all human trafficking victims, regardless of gender, age, or documentation status. We develop individual plans for each client based on their needs and goals. Case managers provide overall support, crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, resources and referrals.

  • Housing assistance or housing search support
  • Education and employment assistance and support
  • Clothing and material assistance
  • Documentation recovery or obtainment
  • Food and transportation assistance
  • Acquisition of government benefits
  • Legal and social service advocacy
  • Medical/Dental/Mental health program referrals
  • Group counseling for Adults and Minors


Looking For Help?

For help or to report suspected human trafficking situations, please call the Greater Cincinnati Hotline at 513-800-1863.

Calls are taken 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The hotline is confidential, and tele-interpreters are available. Our case management team collaborates with other local service providers and can provide referrals to other local agencies and organizations when needed.

If the suspected trafficking situation is occurring outside of the greater Cincinnati area, please call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 1-888-373-7888.