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.
Coalition members join one of the following committees:
Community and Faith Based
Government and Law Enforcement
Training and Education
The membership of the Coalition meets quarterly each calendar year as determined by the Board of Directors.
EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES TO FIGHT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
THROUGH LEADERSHIP AND TRAINING
HISTORY OF NCCAHT
Established in 2004 as a collaboration between the NC Attorney General’s Office, NCCASA, and several other organizations, the North Carolina Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NCCAHT) is a group of professionals from multiple fields (including law enforcement, legal services, social services, policy, etc.) that works to raise awareness about human trafficking across North Carolina, support efforts to prosecute traffickers, and identify and assist victims. By working together, we will be able to better confront trafficking in North Carolina, arrest and prosecute traffickers, and identify victims and connect them to appropriate services.