||The purpose of this study is to explain the different forms of human trafficking, to shed light on who trafficking victims are, to inventory services currently available in Utah for trafficking victims, and to identify what services are needed. Human trafficking and sexual slavery is a global problem. Currently there are more slaves now than at any other time in human history. Human trafficking is the second largest criminal enterprise in the world. It is rapidly catching up to the illegal drug trade and is projected within five years to be the most profitable illegal activity on the planet. It is imperative that we find ways to put a stop to this horrific and growing problem. I conducted semi-structured, face-to-face interviews with twelve experts in human trafficking and sexual slavery and identified four important themes. These four re-occurring themes are: (1) a need for facilities for trafficking victims, (2) a need for more education, (3) a need for real numbers, and (4) a need for common language. By identifying what services Utah lacks for trafficking victims, we can then address how to better serve the most vulnerable among us.