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Federal Resources for Trafficking Victims

The federal government provides several resources available to assist human trafficking victims.

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Public Awareness & Training

Outreach and education can help identify human trafficking cases, build public support for governments and communities to take action, and ultimately help prevent human trafficking.

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Ways You Can Help

Anyone can join in the fight against human trafficking.  Learn more about ways you can help combat human trafficking in your community.

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The National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking

National Action Plan

The National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking outlines a three-year comprehensive approach to combat human trafficking, including actions to strengthen prosecution of traffickers, enhance victim protections, and prevent the crime from occurring within our borders and abroad.

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