Aftercare in America Statistics



Up-to-date statistics on human trafficking are notoriously hard to find. Many studies are outdated, have small sample sizes, or are inundated with stereotypes and personal agendas.


This is particularly true regarding the aftercare landscape in America for survivors of human trafficking. While Safe House Project is working to define aftercare and gather key data in America, the current resources are few and far between. Here are the few we have been able to find:


  • Without restorative care, 80% of survivors will return to their traffickers

  • 75% of US states do not have safe house programs specifically for trafficking survivors

  • Shared Hope International study about the aftercare landscape in America

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