If you think you have identified a victim of human trafficking, please contact A Safe Place at:



Call our toll-free hotline, calls answered 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.


Call to:

  • Report a tip.

  • Connect with anti-trafficking services in your area.

  • Request training and technical assistance, general information, or specific information on anti-trafficking resources.

If you suspect that there is a case of Human Trafficking, ask yourself these questions:

  •  Are there bruises or other signs of abuse, restraint, or confinement?

  •  Are there any signs of psychological abuse or dependency on another?

  •  Is the person submissive, fearful, or shows signs of anxiety, tension, or nervousness?

  •  Is the person being deprived of food, water, sleep, medical care, or other life necessities?

  •  Is the person allowed to be in public alone or is constantly monitored as to restrict movement?

  •  Can the person freely contact friends or family?

  •  Is the person a minor and appears to be in a relationship with or accompanied by a much older man?

  •  Does the person have identification, and if so, does the person appear to have no control of those documents?

  •  Does the person have few or no personal possessions and carry them in small or plastic bags?

  •  Does the person appear to have no control of money?

  •  Does the person have suspicious tattoos or branding?

  •  Does the person appear to be dressed inappropriately for his/her age?

  •  Does the person have any knowledge of current or past whereabouts?


A Safe Place

PO Box 1271

Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480



A Safe Place is a 501(c)(3) organization