Learn more about human trafficking and where to get help
Resources are available to learn more about human trafficking in Canada. Click the links below to learn more about these resources and how they can help.
• Covenant House
• Public Safety Canada
• Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking
• Ontario’s Strategy to End Human Trafficking
• York Regional Police
• Victim Services of York Region
• Durham Regional Police
• Victim Services Durham Region
• Peel Regional Police
• Victim Services of Peel
• Toronto Police Human Trafficking Enforcement Team
• Victim Services Toronto
Support groups are available for survivors. Please consult a list of Ontario support organizations available in your community provided by Covenant House and the Victim Justice Network. Confidential telephone counselling is available through the Chrystalis Network. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THEIR WEBSITE.
CLICK HERE FOR HELP TO REMOVE INTIMATE IMAGES OF YOURSELF OR A CHILD FROM SOCIAL MEDIA
As Canada’s tipline for reporting online child sexual abuse and exploitation, Cybertip.ca is dedicated to reducing child victimization through technology, education, public awareness, along with supporting survivors and their families.
Cybertip.ca is operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P), a national charity dedicated to the personal safety of children.
If you (or a friend, peer or sibling) have been negatively impacted by a sexual picture/video being shared by peers, we are here to help. The NeedHelpNow website is designed to provide youth (13 to 17 years old) with practical steps to regain control over the situation. This includes information about contacting websites/online services to request a picture/video be removed, dealing with peers who may have seen or be sharing the content, the importance of emotional support and information on certain criminal offences. The site also provides resources for parents and safe adults who are assisting youth involved in these types of instances.