A nonprofit organization

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$75,000 Goal

Traffick911 is the only agency providing 24/7 crisis response to child sex trafficking victims across all of North Texas: Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, Collin, and Ellis Counties.


Traffick911 exists with the sole purpose of freeing youth from sex trafficking by building trust-based relationships. This is accomplished by a 24/7 crisis response and the Voice & Choice Program Team walking alongside child sex trafficking victims and with Multi-Disciplinary Team partners. Traffick911 was founded in 2009 by community activists who discovered that child sex trafficking was happening in North Texas. Over its history, the organization’s abolition efforts include training over 82,000 youth and adults face-to-face with prevention and awareness messages, training over 18,000 first responders, and directly serving over 2,000 survivors.

Mission: To free youth from sex trafficking through trust-based relationships.

Vision: Communities free from relational brokenness.

Values: Hope, humility, and humanity


Traffick911 serves victims of child sex trafficking ages 11-21. Traffick911 anticipates serving a record-number of more than 300 victims this year.

- $50,000 will sponsor a Voice & Choice Advocate position. Advocates provide immediate crisis support, case management, stabilization support, and long-term empowerment and acts as a liaison from the survivor to systems and support services.

- $25,000 will go to work right away providing 24/7 crisis response, food, and advocacy services as Traffick911 Advocates respond when a child is recovered.

- $10,000 will go to work right away providing free counseling services to parents and caregivers of children impacted by trafficking.

Support from North Texas Giving Day will provide 300 children and youth with long-term, unwavering advocacy support as they navigate toward healing and stability.

Equity Statement

Traffick911 serves every victim regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. The Voice & Choice Program Team receives ongoing training on emerging issues within the child sex trafficking victim population and strives to implement that knowledge into the everyday services provided to child sex trafficking victims.

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Anti-Trafficking Orientation

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Human Trafficking & Exploitation, Youth & Children, Human Rights, Civil Rights & Advocacy

Operating Budget

$3,000,000 - $9,999,999

Counties Served

Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Rockwall, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, Other

BIPOC Leadership


Equity Statement

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4575 Claire Chennault
Addison, TX 75001



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