ERASE Child Trafficking is a U.S. based organization with global impact. We are focused on eliminating child trafficking by implementing a holistic approach, from education and recovery to life reclamation. ERASE’s mission is to be a unifying voice creating a cultural shift in the perception of child trafficking, working towards its eradication by empowering action against this inhumanity through education, recovery and life reclamation.
ERASE Child Trafficking considers education to be one of the most important factors in combatting trafficking around the country and the globe. By helping individuals, families, businesses and communities become more informed about the signs of child trafficking and methods to avoid falling victim, we can create a network of citizens who are equipped to take action. As an individual, you have the power to help end child trafficking…(read more)
Once children are lured into trafficking situations, our goal through collaboration and education is to bring them home. This is accomplished through an extensive network of relationships between local, state and federal authorities who can track down trafficking rings and rescue the children. Recovery is the most urgent of the goals we pursue at ERASE. We are dedicated to educating and providing the tools law enforcement need to rescuing children and disrupt trafficking networks…(read more)
Some organizations and individuals might think that our job ends once a child has been removed from a trafficking situation—however, at ERASE Child Trafficking we believe that our duty to these children extends well past their return to normal life. Many of these children will be traumatized, anxious and unsure of how to acclimate to normal life. We help them link up with organizations that can guide them along the way, attending to their physical and emotional needs…(read more)
National Human Trafficking Task Force
The National Human Trafficking Task Force is a group of law enforcement agencies, organizations, and individuals committed to a victim-centered approach in the fight against human trafficking across the United States. Collaboration among investigators, prosecutors, concerned citizens, advocates, and legislators will increase the ability to identify and assist human trafficking victims …(read more)
*ERASE Child Trafficking does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression/identity, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.
ERASE Office Phone: 1-800-819-3727