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Today there are an estimated 50 million victims of human trafficking globally. Do you need help? The National Human Trafficking Hotline is available 24/7 and is confidential and multilingual: 1-888-373-7888 or text “help” to BEFREE (233733) Child Protective Services1-800-252-5400 Call Child Protective Services if a child is involved. Tell them you have concerns for trafficking during your intake call or online report. HPD Vice Division You can also report a tip to the Houston Police Department’s Human Trafficking Unit by calling the Vice Division. If you believe someone may be in imminent danger, contact 911. Call (713) 308-8600
What is Human Trafficking? Human Trafficking is the recruitment or transportation of anyone—using threats, fraud, or force—for the purpose of exploitation. Generally, human trafficking is classified into two categories: labor trafficking and sex trafficking; however, these categories are not mutually exclusive. Labor TraffickingLabor trafficking is when people are exploited for labor or services—through the use of force, fraud or coercion—for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage or slavery.
Sex Trafficking Sex trafficking is when someone uses force, fraud, or coercion to cause a commercial sex act. A commercial sex act could be prostitution, pornography, or sexual performance in exchange for any item of value. Force, fraud or coercion is not required if the person is 17 or under. Child TraffickingChildren are particularly susceptible to being victims of trafficking. Child trafficking victims may be recruited for labor and/or sexual exploitation but may also be trafficking related to the organ–trafficking market and recruitment of child soldiers for gangs. Online Trafficking Online trafficking is another form of human trafficking. There is not a single definition of online trafficking because of the complexity, novelty, and breadth of activities that may be included in online trafficking. Online trafficking has recently increased due to the development of technology, and may involve the use of technology (i) to recruit victims, (ii) to arrange the exploitation of the victim by the person who pays for it, and (iii) to provide visual materials for the exploitation of the victim, among others.
Sex Trafficking Awareness Videos Sex Trafficking Awareness Videos. The following dramatized scenarios depict indicators of sex trafficking — a crime committed when a trafficker uses force, fraud, or coercion to compel another person to perform commercial sex acts. Human trafficking victims are often invisible because we do not recognize indicators of human trafficking. Identifying signs of human trafficking and reporting a tip may save a life
National Domestic Violence Hotline:If you are a victim or need additional resources, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline. It is available in Spanish and over 200 languages. Abusers can also call the national hotline for help and break the cycle of abuse. Chat with the hotline by tel:1-800-799-7233 Houston Police Family Violence Unit tel:7133081100
Warning Signs of Abuse: Know what to look for.
Common signs of abusive behavior in a partner include: Even one or two of these behaviors in a relationship is a red flag that abuse may be present.
1) Telling you that you never do anything right. 2) Showing extreme jealousy of your friends or time spent away from them. 3) Preventing or discouraging you from spending time with others, particularly friends, family members, or peers. 4) Insulting, demeaning, or shaming you, especially in front of other people. 5) Preventing you from making your own decisions, including about working or attending school. 6) Controlling finances in the household without discussion, such as taking your money or refusing to provide money for necessary expenses. 7) Pressuring you to have sex or perform sexual acts you’re not comfortable with. 8) Pressuring you to use drugs or alcohol. 9) Intimidating you through threatening looks or actions. 10) Insulting your parenting or threatening to harm or take away your children or pets. 11)Intimidating you with weapons like guns, knives, bats, or mace. 12) Destroying your belongings or your home.
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https://www.crisistextline.org How to Deal with Depression We’re here to keep people safe. Usually, that is by helping a texter find a healthy coping mechanism to work through their crisis. Depression is no regular grade bad day. We’re here to help. Text HELLO to 50808 to start a conversation
Temporary Restraining Orders / Orders of Protection
A protective order or PO may order an abuser or perpetrator: not to hurt, threaten, or harass you or your children, either directly or through another person; to stay away from you, your family, your home, workplace, and your children’s day care or school; and not to carry a gun, even with a license.
Mental Health Resources For Veterans After returning home, many veterans face obstacles in finding the mental health resources they need. Veterans are 15 times more likely to develop post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than civilians. In fact, 11 to 20 percent of post-9/11 veterans struggle with PTSD when they return home. Military experience is a life-changing time for people and aging veterans can still experience vivid memories years after service. When retiring, veterans' PTSD symptoms can become enhanced due to the stark differences in civilian life. Opening up to a family member, getting involved in a support group and speaking with a mental health professional reduces isolation and can help veterans suffering from PTSD immensely. Outside of VA clinics, many veterans aren't aware of the many free help centers, crisis hotlines and clinics available. Below is a collection of nationally available mental health resources that veterans can take advantage of at no cost. Hundreds of local resources are available for veterans as well. Crisis HotlinesIn case of a mental health crisis, call 911 or a hotline right away for help.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline. Dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255). When prompted, press '1' to be connected to a VA call center. This hotline also provides a confidential chat option for veterans on the Veterans Crisis Line website.
Domestic Violence National Hotline. Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day by trained counselors who can provide crisis assistance and other information. Resources can also be found on The National Domestic Violence Hotline website.
National Child Abuse Hotline. Call 1-800-422-4453. This hotline is dedicated to preventing child abuse and is staffed 24 hours a day by professional counselors. Additional resources are available on the Child Help website.