Human Trafficking Prevention & Intervention

Ask The Experts About
Human Trafficking

Due to COVID-19 our nation's youth have seen an incredible increase in overall screen time. Click the link below to view the recording of our interactive online presentation and Q&A session presented by Project LIFE at North County Lifeline. Learn the dangers of human trafficking and how to keep youth safe from online predators.


Take a look at our Project LIFE 2020 research findings from the Criminal Justice Clearinghouse:



San Diego is one of the 13 highest sex trafficking areas in the United States, according to the FBI, and the number of trafficking victims in San Diego continues to increase every year. 

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery. It involves controlling a person through force, fraud, or coercion to exploit the victim for forced labor, commercial sex, or both. Trafficking victims can be male and female, youth and adults, citizens and non-citizens. More than 85% of North County Lifeline’s sex and labor trafficking victims are domestic clients.

The core mission of Lifeline’s human trafficking prevention and intervention program, Project LIFE (Living In Freedom from Exploitation) is to support human trafficking victims on their path to recovery and self-reliance.