HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS

...modern day slavery.
...exploiting a person through fraud, force, or coercion.
...sex trafficking, forced labor, and domestic servitude.

IN TEXAS

Infographic by the University of Texas at Austin, Human Trafficking by the Numbers: Final Report. December 2016
...happening everywhere, even in the United States, and victims can be U.S. Citizens and/or of any nationality, age, socioeconomic status, or gender.
...causing any person under the age of 18 to engage in a commercial sex act.

IN SAN ANTONIO

San Antonio, Texas, is located at the intersection of

IH-10 and IH-35, which are the two main corridors that traffickers use to move around the nation.  

Out of the nearly 300,000 Americans who are victimized by human trafficking, 20% of all trafficking occurs in Texas. In samplings around the nation, a high percentage of victims recall having been through

San Antonio.

SAN ANTONIO, TX

ABOUT AACAT

The goal of AACAT is to eradicate human trafficking from Bexar and the surrounding counties.

 

AACAT exists to prosecute offenders, prevent future exploitation and serve current victims of human trafficking.

COALITION MEMBERS

Human Trafficking requires a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary response.  AACAT works with over 70 non-profits, faith-based organizations, government agencies, elected officials, and service providers in San Antonio, Bexar County and the surrounding areas.

CONTACT

AACAT

GET 24/7 HELP

LOCAL

Youth Center of Texas

24 hr. Crisis Intervention Center:

210-417-5077

 

San Antonio Rape Crisis Center

24-Hr Hotline: 210-349-7273

Roy Maas Youth Alternatives

 Drop-in Center:

 210-340-8090

San Antonio Police Department

Non-Emergency:  210-207-7273

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CALL FOR
24-HR HELP
National Human
Trafficking Hotline:
1 (888) 373-7888
 
Youth Center of Texas
24 hr. Crisis Intervention Center:
210-417-5077
San Antonio
Rape Crisis Center:
(210) 349-7273

Roy Maas Youth Alternatives

Drop In Center:

(210) 340-8090

San Antonio Police
(Non-Emergency):
(210) 207-7273