Through advocacy, care coordination and support, Human Trafficking Interdiction (HTI) builds collaboration, connection and trusting relationships in communities to achieve long-term healing and success.
Seeing an increasing need within communities, our initial program began serving sex-trafficked children and youth. Since launching, services have expanded to include all ages and all forms of trafficking.
HTI utilizes cutting edge technology to ensure accessibility to a real person, not a machine, via telephone or text message day or night. With us, you never have to feel alone.
HTI is proud of our working relationships with community partners at the local, state and federal levels. With over 100 Memorandums of Understanding, HTI can ensure access to resources for individual needs, providing an entire community of support and care.
HTI strives to provide options in every interaction, providing fully individualized plans to meet specific needs and promote individual success. Educational opportunities, financial literacy training and credit restoration also help ensure we empower survivors to be THRIVERS!
Allies Peer Support connects local volunteers with Survivors of human trafficking to provide support and guidance. Our team recognizes the importance of building out our Survivors’ village and strengthening a permanent network of safe adults. Be a part of the journey that let our Survivors become Thrivers!Learn More
Building Bridges Against Trafficking provides advocacy and comprehensive case management services to Survivors of both sex and labor trafficking of all ages, genders and nationalities. Empowering trafficking Survivors through appropriate crisis and long-term intervention helps ensure freedom from exploitation.Learn More
Common Thread, a relational advocacy and case management program, is comprised of highly trained advocates, social workers and Survivors, providing long-term support to Survivors of trafficking. Operating with the understanding that long-term, dependable, positive adult relationships are the key to recovery. The Common Thread team is with you NO MATTER WHAT.Learn more
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