Human Trafficking in the United States

What Does Your Summer Donation Do?

June 23, 2022
This week is the end of Love146’s fiscal year – we’re so grateful for your support that makes this life-changing work possible. As we...

Why Summer Support is a Game-Changer

June 10, 2022
During the summer, your support is crucial to help Love146 continue to journey with survivors of child trafficking year round. The season can be...

When Should You Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline?

May 26, 2022
The National Human Trafficking Hotline (1-888-3737-888) gives free, confidential, one-on-one support. 

Reality vs. Hype: Is the Super Bowl a major trafficking event?

February 5, 2022
Do many fans come to the Super Bowl with a pocket full of cash to buy exploited people? And do traffickers amp up their...

Children can still be charged with prostitution – even when they’re really victims of trafficking

September 22, 2021
30 states and DC have laws that minors cannot be arrested for solicitation or prostitution. But in other states, a child may arrested for...

This Labor Day, knowing your rights is still important.

September 6, 2021
Labor Day was created by the labor movement in the… Read more

In 2021, students are returning to uncertainty. And this is more true for trafficking survivors.

August 18, 2021
It’s August, summer vacations are ending, and many students are returning to uncertainty and challenges due to the pandemic. But on top of this,...

How System Change Will Help End Child Sex Trafficking

October 22, 2020
Many assume that ending child trafficking just requires us —… Read more

May 2020 Updates

May 7, 2020
Our online safety PSA; presenting at a U.S. Health & Human Services and U.S. Department of Justice listening session; equipping children in Madagascar ......

March Updates

March 31, 2020
Supporting children during the pandemic; prevention training with refugee perspectives; our latest Impact Report, and more recent news from Love146.

October 2019 Updates

October 15, 2019
Rob Morris on Prevention, U.S. Survivor Care eliminates its wait list; "Wynonna Earp" fans show us a little love, and more stories from the...

August 2019 Updates

August 8, 2019
Meet our new US executive director... What’s a “Not a Red Gala” anyway?... Our “My Body is Mine” flipchart debuts in Sierra Leone... Our...


November 16, 2018
When to-do lists and busyness take over my time at… Read more

“Back to School” Means More for the Children In Our Survivor Care

August 23, 2018
The education of youth is often interrupted by their exploitation. For children in our Survivor Care, re-engaging with school is like trying to climb...

We Type Them Up: A Father’s Day Memory

June 12, 2018
“My father, now 89 years old with Alzheimer’s Disease, can’t recall my name. But my memories of him from my early years are more vivid...

Unpacking the Rapid Response Backpack

May 20, 2018
How can we equip a youth in a short period of time to protect themselves from the dangers they could be facing?