About Us

Mission Statement

To educate and mobilize the community to work against human trafficking in the North Texas region and to empower survivors of human trafficking through specialized comprehensive social, medical, and legal services, advocacy, and extensive research.

What We Do

The North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NTCAHT) meets monthly in the downtown Dallas area to discuss how human trafficking affects North Texas communities and how we can collaborate to combat this problem. The individuals and agencies that make up the Coalition collectively provide health, counseling, legal, and case management services to hundreds of trafficked people each year. We have been working against human trafficking since 2011. Download Coalition By-Laws.

Volunteer With Us

Many of our partner agencies have volunteer programs where you may serve vulnerable communities in a variety of ways. For more information about volunteer opportunities, contact us or feel free to contact our partner agencies directly.

Request a Presentation or Training

The NTCAHT is happy to provide information about human trafficking and victim identification at any professional or community event. To request a presentation or professional training about human trafficking for your organization, agency, or community group, contact us.

Join Us

We are looking for social workers, law enforcement officers, attorneys, nurses, doctors, first responders, activists, religious leaders, government officials, educators, counselors, and other professionals of diverse backgrounds who are actively involved in anti-trafficking work to join us in the fight against human trafficking in our communities. If you would like to join the coalition or would like more information, please complete the membership application and send it to us.