The NHTFC is a coalition of faith-motivated organizations partnering to end human sex and labor trafficking in New Hampshire.

 

Human Trafficking Happens in New Hampshire

But don’t just take our word for it.


Human Trafficking in New Hampshire

“Human trafficking is on the rise in New Hampshire as part of a larger trend across New England. This is due, in part, to the opioid crisis, as drug users and addicts may be at higher risk for becoming victims of trafficking crimes.”

Listen to the NHPR Discussion


New Hampshire man convicted of human trafficking, drug distribution

“A New Hampshire man was found guilty in Middlesex Superior Court of human trafficking and drug charges related to his arrest nearly two years ago at a Woburn hotel, according to the office of Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan.”

Read the Boston Globe Article


Interstate prostitution ring broken up

“MANCHESTER — Two homes in the city — one in a middle-class neighborhood — were used as houses of prostitution in a sex trafficking ring that involved as many as two dozen Chinese women under the control of a Concord couple, federal prosecutors said Friday.”

Read the New Hampshire Union Leader Article



How we are working to end Human Trafficking in New Hampshire

 

Collaborate

Pooling our talents and resources to provide statewide events and training opportunities.

Unite

Helping diverse organizations and agencies work together effectively to end human trafficking.  

Elevate

Helping organizations become more connected, visible and effective for greater impact.

 

“Let it not be said that I was silent when they needed me.”
— William Wilberforce

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