Center for Combating Human Trafficking
What We Do
We offer ongoing training for social service providers, law enforcement, medical providers, education and religious organizations, and anyone who may come in contact with those at risk or in need of help.
To further support the needs of agencies and organizations serving those at-risk of or subjugated to human trafficking, we offer technical assistance/consultation services.
We facilitate both primary and secondary research to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.
We are regularly involved in the development of community and state laws.
Through our specially created human trafficking related curriculum, we provide cross-discipline classes.
We offer a wide range of proprietary services to prevent future abuse and exploitation as well as nurture healing.
This was amazing! Best workshop I have ever attended. My mind is spinning with ways I need to change my thinking and how I can promote change for others to change their thinking. Thank you!
Dr. Karen, thank you for your authentic passion, commitment to systematic change, and evolution!
Engaging speaker with perspectives we don’t often hear articulated so well.
Thank you for you boldness, transparency and “explosive” presentation. Your honest approach leaves the attendees with a sense of self-motivation, self-relfection and the desire to stand on truth, honesty and the confidence to be strong and rooted on the ground.
We empower our nation to combat human trafficking
The mission of the Center for Combating Human Trafficking is to empower OUR nation’s capacity to provide effective prevention, assessment, identification, intervention, restoration, and aftercare/prosperity responses in efforts toward ending abuse and exploitation.
Provided Training and Technical Assistance
Prevention and Prosperity Education
Advocacy to Survivors