Victims of human trafficking are subjected to force, fraud, or coercion, for the purpose of sexual exploitation or forced labor. Human trafficking victims are children, teenagers, men, women, U.S. citizens and immigrants. It happens in homes, at businesses, in schools, in malls, etc. No person or place is exempt from falling victim.

As the fourth largest city in the country, Houston’s diversity makes it easy for trafficking victims to blend in with the general population. United Against Human Trafficking is ending human trafficking through awareness, education, and outreach.

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Upcoming events

  • 23 May 2018

    Human Trafficking 101 at A 2nd Cup

    An aware and informed community is part of the first line of defense against a crime as insidious as human…
  • 05 Jun 2018

    Coalition Meeting

    One of the ways United Against Human Trafficking combats human trafficking is by gathering together a diverse coalition of local…
  • 12 Jun 2018

    Unite 2018

    Join us as we unite with our community to celebrate the work we are doing to end human trafficking in…

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The Greater Houston Community Foundation awarded UAHT with funds to conduct outreach initiatives in the Greater Houston Area. These funds directly support the identification, education, assessment, and referral to services for victims of human trafficking impacted by Hurricane Harvey.