CALL the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888


TEXT the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 233733


Join the Fight Against Human Trafficking


The North Carolina Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NCCAHT), is a coalition of committed members collaborating in knowledge and practice to provide leadership and support across the state to eradicate human trafficking in North Carolina.


The Coalition is a non-profit that operates for charitable and educational purposes.
 Membership is open to governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations and individuals who support the purpose of the Coalition.

Learn more about this Coalition, its mission and foundation. 

Learn about and receive contact information for our membership.

List of resources and materials recommended by NCCAHT 

Anti-human trafficking organizations in North Carolina


If you are an organization or individual who wants to join the Coalition

please fill out an application form. 


Nicole Bernard


Nicole is the author of A War Against the Cowbird, and host of the Red X Podcast. She served the anti-trafficking organization, Transforming Hope, for four years and worked in a variety of advocacy, service and behavioral research positions before founding Shield North Carolina where she now serves as Director. 

Traci Klein
Vice Chair

Traci is the Executive Director of True Justice International. A non-profit specializing in transitional housing & addiction recovery for survivors. She has spent the last seven years in the anti-trafficking field & fifteen years prior in the corporate arena. She holds a Bachelor of Science in both Psychology & Christian Counseling from Liberty University. 


Robin Colbert


Robin participated in anti-human trafficking organizations at the national and state levels. She’s trained several organizations in N.C.  

Tara Minter, J.D.




Tara is a court management specialist at the NC Administrative Office of the Courts. She trains court personnel on the dynamics of human trafficking. She has nearly twenty years of non-profit leadership experience.    

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