Anti Trafficking

The Salvation Army’s history of fighting human trafficking can be traced back to our origins in England.

From political activism to raise the age of consent, to victim services, to offering training and technical assistance – we saw the need to address human trafficking from a variety of angles. We continue to see this need today.

We strive to build person-centered, trauma-informed programs designed to restore choice in the lives of individuals who have experienced human trafficking.

The Salvation Army currently operates 46 anti-trafficking programs across the country, designed to meet the needs of the specific communities in which they were established.

Since its inception, The Salvation Army has sought to reduce the worldwide phenomenon of abuse of individuals or groups of people by others.

The Salvation Army Mission Statement on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

If you need help call the National Human Trafficking Hotline: 888.373.7888