Support Colorado’s 24/7 human trafficking hotline
Colorado’s 24/7 Human Trafficking Hotline is managed by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking. It is supported through the dedication of incredible volunteer advocates.
Advocates take calls/texts remotely and are trained to handle a variety of call and/or text scenarios with a focus on connecting callers to the hotline’s vetted list of resources and referral agencies around the state. Bilingual, Spanish speaking candidates, BIPOC, and those with lived experiences or marginalized identities are strongly encouraged to apply. This is a remote volunteering opportunity.
If you’re interested in volunteering to support this critical Colorado resource, submit the initial inquiry form now!
Next training (2024):
February 24th and 25th, 9AM-5PM and February 27th and 29th, 6PM-8PM
*Please note that prospective Advocates must attend all training dates and times .
How to become a hotline advocate
Approved advocate candidates receive 20 hours of in-depth training in preparation to support the hotline with an additional 12 hours of continuing education throughout the year.
Advocates are “on-call” during shifts they schedule according to their availability. Hotline calls are securely patched through to any number the advocate prefers.