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CALL the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888
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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.
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List of resources and materials recommended by NCCAHT
Anti-human trafficking organizations in North Carolina
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 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.
Molly Overholt, the Data Coordinator for the NC Council for Women and Youth Involvement's Human Trafficking Program, is responsible for collecting/sharing information related to human trafficking in NC, with specific regard to service provision to marginalized communities.
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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