- Excessive garbage and trash for the size of the house
- Unusual and irregular hours of entry and exit
- Poorly maintained property, uncut grass, appearance of abandonment
- Unusual large number of residents for the size of the house or apartment
- Unrecognized, abandoned, or large numbers of vehicles parked around the dwelling
- Injuries, signs of physical abuse or torture
- Unkempt appearance with signs of malnutrition
- Unwillingness to have eye contact
- Paranoid and/or overly vigilant behavior by the caregiver Source: PATH -NC
International Justice Mission brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of oppression.
Stella’s Voice visits and ministers to orphans in Moldova and operates several houses for “graduates” to provide them with a safe place to grow, mature in Christ, and develop skills to help them succeed.
The Hope House provides a place of seclusion, restoration, and healing for victims of sex trafficking.
Stop Trafficking Now funds efforts that target the demand side of child sex slavery.
Innocents at Risk fights human trafficking by raising awareness and educating internationally and domestically in the corporate sector, in public schools and universities and among the general public. They also train flight attendants to recognize trafficking situations and how to respond.
Not for Sale equips and mobilizes smart activities to end modern-day slavery.