Arizona League to End Regional Trafficking (ALERT)


The International Rescue Committee (IRC) established the Arizona League to End Regional Trafficking (ALERT) in 2003 through a grant awarded by the US Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (DOJ-OVC).

To help victims of human trafficking, the IRC’s ALERT program partners with:

  • Local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies
  • Faith-based communities
  • Social service agencies
  • Attorneys
  • Concerned citizens
  • Other non-profit organizations

ALERT provides victims of trafficking throughout the state of Arizona with:

  • Food and shelter
  • Medical care
  • Mental health counseling
  • Immigration assistance
  • Legal assistance
  • Language interpretation
  • Case management
  • Family reunification and reintegration
  • Other culturally appropriate services


ALERT serves victims and survivors of human trafficking by providing access to protection, empowerment, stability, and self-sufficiency through comprehensive case management, advocacy, education, collaboration, and capacity building. Through education, outreach, community training, advocacy and a variety of programs and services, ALERT strives to end the suffering and dehumanization of victims of human trafficking.

  • Contact Information:
  • 5227 North 7th Street
  • Phoenix, Arizona 85014
  • United States
  • Active In: United States
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness, Aftercare, Empowerment
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Sex Trafficking