The Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force is made up of over 90 member agencies committed to a collaborative effort to identify and rescue victims, prosecute offenders, restore victims, and educate those in Michigan of human trafficking, in both sexual and labor exploitation.

Representation includes, but is not limited to:
Federal, state, and local law enforcement
Victim service providers
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
Faith-based organizations
Medical practitioners
Community Members
Students and educators
Law School Associates
Human Trafficking Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School
The Hope Project
Farmworker Legal Services
District 15 Zonta Clubs

Grateful acknowledgement is given to

the Zonta Club of the Michigan Capitol Area Foundation

who supported this project.


Stay up to date about human trafficking cases and prevention
efforts in Michigan by regularly visiting the Task Force’s
Facebook page

To report a suspected case of human trafficking, call…

“He locked me in a container for three weeks. Nobody noticed.”