Disrupt the world of a trafficker by assisting our survivors in our victim service program. For $30.00 per month you support the mentoring education and counseling services we provide. All you have to do is visit our donate page and give today! To learn more about More Too Life, Inc please contact Brook at 941-227-1012.


In case of a suspected human trafficking incident call and download the new app “See Something Send Something” by Kevin Angell.




See Something, Send Something App

A Community Empowerment App


An idea inspired from the “See something, Say something” movement, our iPhone and Android app has two features that will help empower our community, increase communication and solve crimes. See Something, Send Something allows law enforcement to send GeoFenced messages about current or past suspicious activity, be proactive in warning about potential criminal activity and alert the community of missing or endangered persons. In return, the community empowerment side of the app allows the app users to capture images, video or audio of suspicious activity and autonomously send it to the closest law enforcement agency.


National 24-hour Human Trafficking Hotline:
call 1-888-373-7888
or text HELP or INFO to BeFree (233733)

Homeland Security – Blue Campaign (to report an incident)
call 1-866-347-2423

For an in-house referral of victim of human trafficking or sexual violence:

1. MTL_Referral_Form

2. Email completed form to team@moretoolife.org
Subject line: Referral

More Too Life, Inc under Open Doors Contract


The Open Doors Outreach Network is a promising, well-coordinated system serving commercially sexually trafficked and exploited victims. It responds to the 2012 implementation of the Safe Harbor Act, which allowed sex-trafficked children to be considered dependent children in need of therapeutic services, rather than juvenile delinquents. The Open Doors Network created by Voices For Florida is a promising and well-coordinated framework, designed to serve exploited and trafficked children and young adults up to the age of 24 in five Florida pilot regions. More Too Life is honored to serve as the provider organization for the Suncoast Region, including Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough and Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties. We have determined that almost all of our CSEC victims have been trafficked outside of their home county, reaching as far as Orlando or Miami, which is why we emphasize an inter-county approach. In the several years of safe harbor existence, this legislation has lacked strategic development, coordination, and resources in cross-sector collaboration, training and trauma-informed crisis intervention, in order to meet the complex needs of trafficked victims. In order to improve the service outcomes for male and female victims, up to the age of 24, Voices For FloridaOpen Doors Outreach Network is now in 32 Florida counties. We meet all the expected standards, including a team of highly trained survivor-mentors, who are on-call 24/7 to provide immediate crisis intervention, along with day-to-day trauma-informed care management, in tight collaboration with other community-wide and clinical services as well as law enforcement.



Of course, we could have had one ‘O’ but two ‘O’s makes a chain. The two ‘O’s in our logo are symbolic of being once locked up on all levels, then walking across the bridge to the second ‘O’ that exemplifies an open and unlocked pathway to freedom.