ARE YOU IN DANGER?

If the person can’t walk away without fear of harm, it’s trafficking.
— Mira Sorvino, UN Ambassador on Human Trafficking, 2013

Are you being trafficked or do you know someone who is? If you or someone you know is being trafficked and is looking for help we may be able to help. Often the first question we hear is “Do you have a bed?” but that may not be the most important question to ask.

As more and more survivors attempt to make the long exit out of “The Life” coordinating the services that each survivor needs, means finding the program that is the best fit. To see if The Harbor is the right fit, click here or apply now by clicking on the link below for our Residential Application Link, or call our intake line.

NSI Survivor Intake Phone Number: (717) 568-2701

The intake line operates during weekday business hours and if you reach the voicemail you should always leave a message. Your phone call will be returned within 24 hours on the following business day. Callers to the intake phone will be connected with an Outreach Support Specialist and a needs assessment will be completed and referrals made based on identified needs. The safety and anonymity of each survivor is of utmost importance, therefore callers can be assured that all information shared will be treated with discretion and confidentially.

Additionally, trafficking victims are encouraged to call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 1-888-373-7888 or text BeFree!