The Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (OATH) campaign is the volunteer, public awareness, education and outreach branch of the Oregonian Human Trafficking Task Force (OHTTF). The OHTTF represents frontline law enforcement, federal, state, and local government agencies, investigating bodies and other organizations that are actively involved in combating human trafficking in our state of Oregon.
OATH members recognize that human trafficking is a terrible crime that exploits innocent and vulnerable people locally and globally. By becoming an OATH member one agrees to learn, advocate and take practical action steps towards ending human trafficking. Whether it is noticing a possible trafficking situation and calling the national human trafficking hotline (1-888-3737-888), or helping to plan a public awareness rally, OATH members pledge to take action in their community.
Individual OATH members will be provided opportunities to become educated on the issues surrounding human trafficking and what they can do to in their area through connections with their local OATH chapter and the OHTTF.
STEPS TO START OR JOIN A CLUB
- To locate an existing OATH club or start a new one at your school, business or place of worship email us.
- Sign up for the monthly OATH events newsletter. Email
- Fan us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter
- Add OATH club event pictures to Flickr
- OATH Club Guidelines for High School, College and University Students
Additional information is available under "Resources".