Proclamation signing for slavery and human trafficking prevention and awareness month
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. Iowans used to think of slavery as a barbaric practice of the past but more of us are now realizing that the practice of enslaving human beings as property still exist in … [Read More...]
The 2018 Iowa Legislature gaveled in on Monday, January 8th and the Iowa Network and its allies are preparing to educate Iowa legislators about needed anti-trafficking legislation. All blog post subscribers, anti-trafficking coalitions and local city task forces are invited to join the NAHT for our … [Read More...]
January 2018 is upon us and the Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking and Slavery is asking all allies to take local action to fight and one day end trafficking in Iowa.
On Wednesday, January 17th, Governor Kim Reynolds will be declaring January as Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention and … [Read More...]
Wednesday, January 17th, 10:30am Proclamation Signing declaring Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month
Holiday greetings to Iowa NAHT blog subscribers. Worldwide there are at least 40 million people trafficked and enslaved. One in four of these exploited and abused souls are … [Read More...]
If you need help or see something suspicious, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline:
888-373-7888 or text "Help" to BEFREE (233733)
Call Specialists are available 24/7 to take reports of potential human trafficking. All reports are confidential and you may remain anonymous. Interpreters are available.
Statewide Iowa Crisis Line for information about direct services for survivors: 800-770-1650 or text "iowahelp" to 20121
DHS Child Abuse Hotline for reports of suspected child sex trafficking: 800-362-2178