Report or seek advice on possible trafficking or sexual exploitation situations
If there is a situation that is concerning you, the best advice we can give you is to get directly in contact with us so that we can discuss the details with you.
This may include but is not limited to the following:
- You have identified some red flags that could indicate a possible trafficking case but aren’t sure what to do
- Someone has offered you or a person you know a job but you are struggling ascertain the legitimacy of the offer
- Your child or someone you know is interacting with someone online whose true identity you can’t verify
For a list of human trafficking red flags, see this blog post.
Call us or send us an email to report or discuss any suspicious activity:
- Contact line: 076 409 7272
- Email: email@example.com
Seek help for struggles with porn
If you or someone you know is struggling with porn, we encourage you to reach out: you are not alone and there are steps you can take to address it in safe and supportive environments.
If your partner or child has a porn addiction, it is also important that you seek support for yourself and come alongside each other on the path to healing.
Get in contact with us, find a support group in your area, or make use of the following resources:
The Fortify programme was created to help people struggling with porn use or addiction to find freedom. It is suitable for both men and women, and is free for people under 18. The programme gives access to online videos and webinars hosted by experts and therapists, and provides accountability mechanisms, forums and personalised coaching.
MobieG provides online and mobile support for young people in South Africa on the challenges most commonly faced by this age group. Included is a pornography helpline, a support group and counselling, all of which can be accessed through their app.
For more information click here, or download the apps: