The Board of Directors for NCCAHT consists of coalition members, three from each of the four membership categories:

Community and Faith Based, Direct Services, Government and Law Enforcement & Training and Education.


The organizations below are represented on our board for the year 2019 and 

represent the larger directory of partners available to coalition members.

Community and Faith Based


True Justice International fights human trafficking in its local and global communities through Christ-centered strategic initiatives with the goal to reach, raise up, and restore.

Friend to Friend's mission is to help survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking rebuild their lives. 


Shield North Carolina is developing a community model to fully guard against human trafficking. We engage in strategic, best practices prevention and awareness to target those on the front lines. Shield North Carolina initiates and advocates for smart, game changing policy on the municipal, state, and federal levels. Our team of experts identifies gaps in restoration services and works to find innovative ways to fill those gaps.  

Direct Services





Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers to economic opportunity.


In the pursuit of a community free of sexual violence, Our VOICE serves all individuals in Buncombe County affected by sexual assault and abuse, through counseling, advocacy, and education.





The Salvation Army in the Carolinas has been fighting for those impacted by human trafficking since 2011 through Project FIGHT. Through partnerships and relationships with state and local government, law enforcement, and other agencies, we are able to provide comprehensive case management to survivors of human trafficking.

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Government and Law Enforcement


The N.C. Council for Women & Youth Involvement's mission is to advise the Governor, the North Carolina legislature and state departments on the issues impacting women in North Carolina. Council for Women has existed in one form or another since 1963.


Project No Rest is a statewide project to increase awareness and prevention around human trafficking and how it affects our children and young people in North Carolina. Partnering with The UNC School of Social Work, the goal is to shine a light into the shadow that is human trafficking and reduce the number of youth trafficked while improving the lives of those affected by trafficking.

The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts provides centralized administration and budgeting services for the state’s courts.


Training and Education

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The Durham Crisis Response Center works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention.



The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault is an inclusive, statewide alliance working to end sexual violence through education, advocacy, and legislation.

Organization Membership Fee - $25.00
Individual Membership Fee - $20.00
Student Membership Fee - $15.00

Or send a check payable to NCCAHT to:

PO Box 97171

Raleigh, NC 27624

​​Contact us:

PO Box 97171

Raleigh, NC 27624