MSP’s specialized Anti-Trafficking Program grew out of our knowledge and experience of the patterns of abuse common to both domestic violence and human trafficking. 

MSP is the largest provider of services for human trafficking survivors in Westchester County and the Lower Hudson Valley Region, offering culturally-sensitive, multi-lingual, specialized case management, advocacy, legal services, and referrals. We place a special emphasis on training and education, increasing the number of first responders and other community members who can identify and support survivors of human trafficking. As co-founder and co-chair of the Westchester Anti-Trafficking Task Force, we are at the forefront of a community wide response to the occurrence of trafficking across our county and beyond.



The above video describes our services in ASL.


What is Human Trafficking?

Based on the federal definitions of human trafficking, there are typically two types: sex and labor. Survivors of trafficking may have suffered either or both type.

It is important to remember that human trafficking can happen anywhere and to anyone. We advocate for the rights of everyone, regardless of citizenship status.

If you think you, or someone you know, is being trafficked, you/they may be eligible for free assistance. Please call our Center for Legal Services Intake Line at 914-683-1333 ext. 225 or email You can also call our 24/7 hotline at 1-800-298-7233 (SAFE).

For general inquiries or to request presentations/trainings, please email



Trafficking - locations & red flags