The following is a list of organizations located in Michigan doing anti-slavery work in Michigan:
Alternative for Girls – Serve homeless and high-risk girls and young women in Detroit.
Arbor Circle – Street outreach and the Bridge.
Common Ground – Services families in crisis, victims of crime, persons with mental illness, people trying to cope with critical situations and runaway and homeless youths.
Eve’s Angels – Outreach to strip clubs in Grand Rapids, Lansing and Detroit.
Hope for the Voiceless – Fighting the demand for domestic sex trafficking.
House of Providence – Provides a therapeutic home for minors who are wards of the State of Michigan and who find themselves languishing without a prospect of adoption.
Hope Project – Servicing trafficking survivors and working to open a safe house for female victims of human trafficking under 18 years old.
Manasseh Project – An outreach ministry of Wedgwood Christian Services dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of young men and women in West Michigan.
Michigan Abolitionist Project – Helping people use their gifts and talents to prevent and end slavery in Michigan and beyond.
Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force – Facilitates a collaborative effort between law enforcement and social service agencies to stop human trafficking in Michigan.
Michigan Rescue and Restore Coalition – Building bridges with other organizations committed to combating human trafficking.
My Sister Song – Outreach and support groups for women in the sex industry
Project Liberty – Team of investigators in Lansing
Sacred Beginnings – Transitional home for women.
The Salvation Army – The Salvation Army in the United States and abroad is part of a reviving movement for the abolition of sex trafficking and other forms of commercial sexual [and labor] exploitation.
Vista Maria – Serving vulnerable girls and at-risk children and families. Provides shelter for teen girls.
Women Hear for Women There – Educating and serving women in West Michigan and partnering with women in Ghana.