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Human Trafficking

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Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada's Resiliency & Justice Center assists survivors of human trafficking with their civil legal needs in a private, confidential setting. Examples of our free legal services include sealing or vacating criminal records, repairing damaged credit reporting, identity theft, consumer debt issues, name changes, family law issues, immigration assistance (T Visa, U Visa), evictions, and recovery of property or civil action against a trafficker.

We also provide free legal assistance to youth and older teens in the foster care system. We represent youth in dependency actions to ensure their voice is heard and they are connected to services through our Children’s Attorneys Project. For more information, click here

How to Recognize the Signs of Human Trafficking

Do you have a controlling partner, friend, or parent who won't let you speak or meet with others alone or who keeps track of where you go, who you speak with, and how much money you spend?

Do you live where you work or are you transported by someone else from your home to your workplace on a consistent basis?

Do you have a job where it's not unusual to be pressured into performing sexual acts in exchange for money?

Do you want to stop taking part in transactions involving sex for money but you are too scared to stop or feel you cannot change your situation?

Contact Us for Help

To apply for services or for more information, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit our office during walk-in hours, which are Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (excluding major holidays). All inquiries are confidential. We are located at 2915 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89102.

Click here for our Survivors Human Trafficking Flyer. for our Survivors Human Trafficking Flyer.