Established in 2008, End Slavery trains community individuals, professionals, and first responders on identifying and responding to human trafficking victims. End Slavery provides holistic, comprehensive, trauma-informed aftercare to survivors, assisting them in transitioning to independent, healthy living. Also, End Slavery advocates for systemic change on the local and state level to make Tennessee tough on traffickers and kinder to victims. Through advocacy, the agency seeks to improve health for Tennesseans by increasing the competency of hospitals to identify and serve victims of human trafficking and ensure they receive trauma-informed care, adding victim services to the legal code by requiring a minimum of one year of services for a minor from the time the minor is identified as a trafficking survivor, and training media on correct language and verbiage when referring to HT victims.