Join us for “HOPE ROAD” a free documentary about child sex trafficking sponsored by the Stop Human Trafficking Coalition in partnership with GQT Movies.

Tickets are Free but Registration is required. COVID protocols will be followed.

Go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hope-road-documentary-tickets-137047836769 to register.

We want you to join us in our fight to stop human trafficking in Central Missouri and around the world. Here are some ways that you can get involved with the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition.

Report Trafficking

Human trafficking is a serious matter, and we need your help to identify and report cases that you may encounter. If you spot a case of potential human trafficking or you are a victim, find out more about how you can report trafficking.

Volunteer with Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition

Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition is run entirely by volunteers. We depend on the efforts and time of our volunteers to continue to serve our communities and the survivors that we help. Our volunteers serve several different roles. They help with events and organize donations, as well as taking our survivors to appointments and grocery shopping.

Learn more about how to volunteer with CMSHTC and how you can help.

Upcoming Events

Whether you want to get involved, or learn more about human trafficking, join us at one of our events! We have many events throughout the year to gain awareness for human trafficking and give an opportunity for community members to donate.

If you want to learn more about our upcoming events, visit our events page!

Membership

If you want to join us in our fight to end modern day slavery and spread awareness of human trafficking in Central Missouri, become a member of the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition.

Learn more about how to become a member.

Donate

We count on contributions from our community and people like you to continue in our message. There are many ways that you can contribute and help us. Financial donations help us pay for rent and utilities for our survivors while we are helping them to heal.

Learn more about how you can donate and contribute to the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition.

 

In 2018, the Department of Homeland Security opened 849 investigations related to human trafficking