If you or someone you know is at risk call 1 (800) 347-2423.
If you or someone you know is at risk call
1 (800) 347-2423.

Human Trafficking

Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide.

How we fight


We work with victims to overcome trauma and rebuild their lives. We offer tailored restorative care initiatives and offer support to meet vital needs, including survivor centered aftercare. Medical care, trauma therapy, education, and job training.

For victims of human trafficking you can find support and resources with the link below.

How we fight


In order to eradicate human trafficking – the demand for exploitation of human beings for profit, we believe we must educate young people about the lures of trafficking and invest in character and leadership development. The prevention curriculum exists to not only prevent trafficking from occurring, but also to create and equip students leaders to be a part of the solution, bringing lasting change for our communities and beyond.

How we fight


The City of San Antonio Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking proposes strategies that will better support organizations providing assistance to victims and helps to protect foreign nationals, including young female immigrants who arrive in San Antonio alone, from being subjected to illegitimate or unsafe work.

How we fight

Transitional Housing

We provide Transitional housing assistance for victims/survivor of Human trafficking and any other situation, for at least 6 months and no more than 24 months helping them transition into permanent housing.  This is short term housing assistance that includes resources to rental, financial, and relocation cost assistance.  We also provide emergency shelter, for people evading any other life threatening crime against humanity, which includes but not limited to, domestic violence, abuse, and assault.

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Read Stories from Suvivors

Read the stories of the survivors that OEW has help throughout the years.

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