Children are susceptible to human trafficking because they are young, vulnerable and easily manipulated. Often, they are victimized by the very people who are responsible for their care. Runaways and children from marginalized populations are especially at risk for child labor, sexual exploitation and other forms of human trafficking. Learn how to report suspicions and support young victims in Stark County.
Domestic workers may live with their employers to cook, clean and care for children, often for little pay. It can be difficult to identify because employees live with their enslavers and appear to be a nanny or another form of acceptable domestic help. Find information and resources to support these local victims of modern slavery.Read more Emergency
A survivor of human trafficking will face a long and complex journey to recovery. They often need specialized clinical treatment, as well as trauma-informed mental and emotional care. Some may also need prenatal care or childcare support. Find local resources to support these survivors, keep them safe and reaffirm their worth.Read more Emergency
People who work outside of their home country are especially susceptible to human rights violations. They are often forced to work in unsafe, unsanitary environments and face abuses that go largely unseen and unreported. Find local resources to support these underrepresented employees.Read more Emergency
Children who have migrated are often forced to work in unsafe, unsanitary environments and face abuses that go largely unreported. Learn more.Read more