- Bringing the Full Force of HHS to Prevent and End Human Trafficking
- New Set of Infographics Shows Impact of OTIP Grantees
A Few Highlights from FY 2017
- The National Human Trafficking Hotline reported 8,686 unique cases of potential trafficking and 4,626 calls directly from victims of trafficking.
- HHS grantees served 2,167 individuals through a network of organizations.
- HHS certified 446 adult and 509 minor foreign national victims to access services.
- The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center, Rescue & Restore, and Trafficking Victim Assistance Program grantees trained 28,835 individuals.
Check out our success stories from grantees, partners, and programs.
Each fiscal year, HHS contributes to several federal reports that outline agency accomplishments. The most comprehensive data on benefits and services given domestically to trafficking victims and efforts toward training, outreach, and public awareness are published in the Department of Justice Attorney General’s Annual Reports to Congress and Assessment of U.S. Government Activities to Combat Trafficking in Persons.Read HHS excerpts from the Attorney General’s Reports