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If you need help, the following confidential, safe, and secure hotlines are available to help you. You can also call CrossRoads’ 24-hour crisis hotline at (336) 228-0360

 We abide HIPAA laws. Please Note that although all hotlines are confidential, there are some exceptions in place by law. The following must be disclosed:

  • Abuse of a child, elder, or mentally disabled individual

  • Intent to hard or commit a crime

  • Knowledge that may lead to exoneration of a criminal case

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National Human Trafficking Hotline: Call 1 (888) 373-7888

The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national, toll-free Hotline available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. You can receive confidential support in more than 200 languages from a trained support advocate.


BeFree Textline: Text HELP to “BeFree” (233733)

The BeFree Textline is a confidential crisis support line. Trained advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can also text INFO to receive information about human trafficking, including referrals, involvement opportunities, and tip reporting. Here’s what to expect.


Human Trafficking Hotline Web Chat

The Human Trafficking Hotline Web Chat will connect you with a trained advocate whenever it is available. Before you use the, it is important to make sure that you are in a safe place. If you feel like your online activity is being monitored, consider another option and learn more about how you can stay safe online.


National Runaway Safeline: Call 1-800-RUNAWAY (1-800-786-2929)

The National Runaway Safeline (NRS) is available to youth and teens who have runaway or are thinking about running away. The NRS offers four different ways to connect:


Online Chat


Online Forum.

Report a Tip

You can report a tip with information regarding human trafficking. National Human Trafficking Hotline’s online reporting form. All submissions are confidential and can be submitted anonymous.


Referral Directory

The National Human Trafficking Hotline’s referral directory will connect victims and survivors of human trafficking with emergency, transitional, and/or long-term services. It can also be used to find training and assistance opportunities in the community.