A humanitarian immigration legal services agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice since 2003
prevention is achieved through education.
We are committed to
help educate the young
to be aware
and stay safe
Human trafficking knows no bounds.
Every age, ethnicity, and socio-economic group can be and is victimized by this tragic crime.
Find out more about sex trafficking here.
Labor trafficking and domestic servitude are not just international problems.
It happens domestically, here, to victims both young and old.
Hear one women's story of survival
A Silent Cry
This documentary was produced by Opening Doors International in collaboration with UNT Department of Anthropology, and tells one woman's story of suffering due to hopeless circumstances that made her vulnerable to false promises by human traffickers.
Raising Community Awareness &
reaching out to Survivors
According to National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Throwaway Children, an estimated 1 out of every 3 children that run away is lured into sex trafficking within 48 hours.