This Friday, October 10th, the Dr. Phil show will address the issue of human trafficking and publicize the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) Hotline.
Tune in and hear survivors tell their stories, an FBI agent recount a recent human trafficking case in Texas, and the filmmaker behind the new documenary film Call + Response discuss his anti-trafficking efforts. Julia Ormond, United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and featured actress in the new documentary film, Call + Response, will also join Dr. Phil to share her firsthand experience of witnessing and fighting human trafficking. Preview the show and find show times.
We are excited that the show will increase awareness about modern-day slavery and the services of the NHTRC hotline. We are preparing diligently for an increase in calls due to the coverage.
Currently, we receive hundreds of calls directly from trafficking victims, law enforcement agents, medical and legal professionals, community members, and policy-makers every month. In the past 10 months, the NHTRC has:
- Answered more than 4,200 calls
- Received calls in reference to more than 2,000 potential victims
- Reached an audience of over 4,000 people through more than 100 trainings and presentations
- Experienced a call volume increase of over 200% from the previous year.
More and more, as the hotline is being featured in the media, we need your help to build capacity to meet the increase in demand for hotline services.
Make a donation of $10, $50, or more right now to help ensure that hotline services are available to everyone who needs them.
Your contribution makes a significant impact in the lives of human trafficking victims.
Thank you for your support,
President and Co-founder of the Polaris Project