Parents Against Child Trafficking (PACT) is a non-profit initiative of Hub of HOPE NWA, a coalition focused on HEALING and OPPORTUNITY for survivors of human trafficking and PREVENTION and EDUCATION for the community.   PACT partners with Homeland Security's Investigation Division to educate the community on the dangers of social media and online predators. Long-term success in protecting our children only happens when YOU partner with PACT to            MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Hub of HOPE

As a coalition, Hub of HOPE optimizes the strengths and resources of multiple regional agencies to support efforts to combat trafficking and exploitation and to bring services to victims.  Hub of HOPE provides an array of victim services.  Partnerships with other coalition members allow the organization to help empower victims of trafficking and exploitation to recover and reintegrate into society through a variety of resources.                     

Homeland Security

Through the Blue Campaign, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) raises public awareness about human trafficking, leveraging partnerships to educate the public to recognize human trafficking and report suspected instances. The Blue Campaign also offers training to law enforcement and others to increase detection and investigation of human trafficking, and to protect victims and bring suspected traffickers to justice. View the Blue Campaign resources page.



The Difference is YOU

PACT needs YOU!  The challenge we face today is educating children about the dangers of traffickers and other predators, particularly those they meet online.  The only way to reach every child is by banding together as parents and adults who oversee children and their activities.  It takes daily conversations with our children, building up shared trust, to create the opportunity for ultimate safety.