“Spreading awareness is the most important factor regarding human trafficking”

–Attorney General

What does the Ambassador Program Entail?

  • Host a small mixer once or twice a year! 20-50 people.
  • Work with a Blue Heart team member on hosting the event.
  • You can host the event at your home, workplace, restaurant, etc.
  • Willing to volunteer at Blue Heart International events.
  • Can join a Blue Heart committee.
  • Help Blue Heart Intl spread awareness through social media.
  • Most Importantly: HAVING FUN!

I'd like more info about becoming an ambassador!

If you have questions about how you can get involved, please contact our Programs Director, Cindy Feldman at cindy@blueheartinternational.org or use the contact form below.

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Identifying a Victim

Identifying victims of human trafficking can be difficult because traffickers often isolate victims from their families, communities, and the public. Victims are sometimes kept locked behind closed doors. Victims of human trafficking can also be hidden in plain sight. They may have a seemingly legal job at a hotel, factory, or restaurant, but are actually working for little or no pay. To a general observer, victims of human trafficking may look similar to other workers in their respective professions, but there may be some signs or indicators of abuse.

Physical Indicators may include:

  • Excessive work-related injuries
  • Bruises and other evidence of sexual assault, beatings, physical restraint or confinement
  • Untreated sexually transmitted diseases
  • Untreated critical illnesses such as diabetes or heart disease, malnourishment, etc.
  • Severe psychological distress
  • Poor dental health

Other Important Signs may include:

  • Inability to speak to someone else alone, or to speak for themselves
  • Limited or nonexistent ability to speak English
  • Disoriented – lack of knowledge of whereabouts and/or loss of sense of time, or inability to clarify where he/she is staying
  • Evidence of being controlled
  • Not in possession of identification
  • Not in control of his/her own money


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