F.R.E.E. International exists until modern-day slavery no longer exists.

F.R.E.E. works to abolish sex and labor trafficking primarily in the U.S. with innovative collaborations through public and private partnerships.


Collaborating in the fight against human trafficking.

Prevent, Search and Equip

Searching, Training, Equipping and Collaborating in the prevention and search for victims of human trafficking.


Restoring the Lost and bringing Hope

Comprehensive Restoration

F.R.E.E.works with KlassKids as they search for missing children in the US and with Oasis, a shelter for girls that have been victims of sex trafficking.


Meeting a Victim's Immediate Needs

Providing the Basics

F.R.E.E. provides immediate needs such as food, clothing, transportation tickets to wherever they call home, and hotel vouchers, as well as, continued prayer support.


Providing aftercare services that foster independence.


After escaping the hell of being trafficked, there are crucial steps to be taken from victim to survivor and we make sure the resources are there for them.

Become a Monthly Partner.

There’s a fight that goes on every day of the year.

A fight for her. A fight for him. A fight for those who are not free.

That’s where you come in.

You’re FREE to speak out. You’re FREE to give. You’re FREE to join the fight…and we need you.


Hotline Statistics from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Human Trafficking Cases Reported in US This Year
Calls Reporting Human Trafficking in 2015
Cases of Sex Trafficking This Year in the U.S.

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The Cost of Her Childhood

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I met a young woman whose sister and sister's husband had trafficked her from the age of nine years old. Multiple strangers had purchased her childhood and left her with nightmares. You wouldn't know it [...]

Search and Rescue: Hotels

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I could hear it: the angry forceful tone on the other end of the receiver. I think men get angry when they’re desperate. That’s what it was: a desperate anger, frustrated and insistent. I wasn’t [...]

International vs. Domestic Trafficking

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When most people think of human trafficking, they think that it only occurs overseas. That is not the case. Human trafficking happens overseas, as well as our own country. Broadening our perspective on human trafficking [...]

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