Banded together to fight human trafficking.

Alive at Last equips Christians to empower the exploited. By partnering with homeless shelters, drug and alcohol rehab centers and organizations serving the exploited, we identify victims who are ready for help. Alive at Last offers training, personal guidance and community to volunteers who want to make a significant impact. Our volunteer mentors help victims heal and discover their unique design and calling. This community support is essential in helping the exploited realize their dignity and worth and move from surviving to thriving.

Alive At Last

Founded in 1996, Cara Mía Theatre inspires and engages people to uplift their communities through transformative Latinx theatre, multicultural youth arts experiences and community action.

CaraMia Theatre Company

Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County (CACCC) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that provides safety, healing and justice to children victimized by abuse or neglect in Collin County. CACCC is a safe, child-friendly environment where law enforcement, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, prosecution, medical and mental health professionals may share information and develop effective, coordinated strategies to help children and their non-offending family members heal from the trauma of abuse.

Children's Advocacy Center

CHILDREN AT RISK is a non-partisan research and advocacy organization dedicated to fixing poor public policies and systems that affect children in order to eliminate the structures which are hindering the success of children. The mission of C@R is to serve as a catalyst for change to improve the quality of life for children through strategic research, public policy analysis, community education, collaboration and advocacy. The focus of C@R is to make Texas a place where children’s needs come first, where families thrive, and where ample resources are available to children and their families

Children At Risk

CitySquare’s mission is to fight the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship. Working hand in hand with our neighbors – we do not have clients – we develop sustainable partnerships that provide support and encouragement so that all can achieve their full potential. Through CitySquare’s TRAC program, young adults receive access to the only North Texas regional transition center for current and former foster youth.

City Square

Dallas CASA supports and promotes court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children in order to provide children with a safe and healthy environment in permanent homes. Volunteers are voices for abused and neglected children in court. Our volunteers are trained and supervised to gather information and make recommendations that help judges decide the best possible outcome for children in protective care. For CASA volunteers, the ultimate goal is to help ensure that all of the children find safe, permanent homes where they can thrive. Some children reunite with parents or relatives, while others make a connection with adoptive parents.

Dallas CASA

Dallas Children’s Advocacy is one of the first children’s advocacy centers to be established in Texas which now has over 70 centers of varying sizes and scopes of services. DCAC opened its doors in 1991 and today serves over 6,500 children and their non-offending family members each year.

Dallas Children's Advocacy Center

Dallas County CSCD is a professional criminal justice agency that serves the public under the authority of the criminal judiciary system. Dallas County CSCD is charged with public protection through the supervision of more than 43,780 offenders residing in Dallas County. We enforce court ordered conditions of community supervision and provide the offender with a wide range of rehabilitative services and resources. We partner with numerous other law enforcement agencies within the county to provide public safety for the citizens of Dallas County.

Dallas County CSCD

For The One

For The One

Our mission is to help victims of human trafficking find their way home. Our work is two-part, one, to equip communities that surround victims of human trafficking with the right tools to report incidents safely and anonymously and two, to produce technology for service providers. In order to ensure that the tools created are appropriate to the population intended, research driven design methods are used as a way of developing and executing social innovations that can impact change.

Operation Compass

Mosaic is a safe haven for survivors of human rights abuses, including human trafficking and domestic violence. We serve hundreds of clients who have overcome incredible adversity on their journey to independence in the U.S. From aiding survivors of human trafficking and family violence to refugees from around the globe, Mosaic’s goal is to make the transition to freedom as easy as possible.

Mosaic Family Services

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® opened in 1984 to serve as the nation’s clearinghouse on issues related to missing and sexually exploited children. We conduct training, and provide technical assistance and resources to law enforcement personnel and others who investigate crimes committed against children, specifically cases of child sexual exploitation. We also provide support for parents of missing or exploited children, and we assist in the location of children, as well as the location of adults who have been missing or exploited since they were children.

NCMEC

New Friends New Life restores and empowers formerly trafficked teen girls and sexually exploited women and their children. By providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance, mental health and spiritual support, New Friends New Life helps women and their children overcome backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty and limited opportunities.

New Friends New Life

As our community’s public health system, Parkland is the foundation for a healthy Dallas. That’s why we ask ourselves every day, how can we better serve our patients? As Parkland adds more services into the neighborhoods that need us most, we know that how we treat each and every patient affects the health and well-being of our entire community.

Parkland Health and Hopital System

We envision a world that is aware of sexual abuse and exploitation and will not tolerate it. We believe we can create a world where sexually abused and exploited people receive safe, long-term housing and trauma-informed care in an environment where they experience restoration and unconditional love. The Poiema Foundation educates the public and raises awareness in order to prevent sexual abuse, sex trafficking, and other methods of sexual exploitation. We also facilitate the restoration journey of survivors by providing for their physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Poeima Foundation

Prayer For Freedom was established in 2010 by Joy Brooks. Joy has worked in missions for over 10 years. Most recently in Targu-Mures, Romania where she spent 7 years. She incorporated ministry with the Arts. She taught dance, choreography, English and life-skills to youth and high-risk populations while always sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and His love for all people. In addition to working in Romania, she has worked in missions in France, Bosnia, and Kosovo. Prayer For Freedom was established out of her faith in God and an understanding that prayer is the first step toward changing the world.

Prayer For Freedom

Reclaim611 is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization on mission to equip healthcare professionals to recognizerespond, and report victims of human trafficking.  The three co-founders are healthcare professionals with over 40 years of collective experience in the hospital setting; our training is for healthcare professionals by healthcare professionals. Lack of healthcare specific education and training to identify and treat victims, and staggering high statistics of victim contact with healthcare providers while being trafficked with low recognition outcomes, is what propelled Reclaim611 to join the fight against trafficking within our own profession.

Reclaim 611

We exist to provide places of restoration and healing for domestic victims of human trafficking and/or sexual exploitations. Our work revolves around three tenets: awareness, prevention and restoration.

Refuge City

We are everyday people that believe we can make a difference together. Rescue Her is a place that allows those that want to take action to do so. We fight the injustice of human trafficking both in the US and abroad. We do this through prevention, restoration, and rescue. In the US, we work specifically with adults and we are the only adult Crisis Response in the North Texas area. Our purpose can be summarized in Proverbs 31:9 “Speak out for the poor and helpless and see that they get justice.”

Rescue her

The Salvation Army raises awareness of the injustices of human trafficking by partnering with local coalitions. Through prevention activities and our work to reduce demand for forced labor and commercial sex, we prevent future crimes. We also help rescue and restore current victims by improving the identification and prosecution of local traffickers.

The Salvation Army – The Harbor Program

The Hotel Association fosters the growth of our members by transforming the professional landscape within the local hotel industry. We provide members with value, relevant information, and affordable opportunities for operators, management, and their staff to grow.

The Hotel Association

Traffick911 exists to free youth from sex trafficking with a three-prong strategy of prevention, rescue and restoration. They have identified and rescued numerous victims of this crime and their work – in close partnership with law enforcement – has led to multiple state and federal felony arrests and convictions. In 2013, they opened a long-term, restorative safe home for female youth victims of sex trafficking.

Traffick 911

Unlikely Heroes is a 501c3, privately funded, non-profit and exists to rescue, restore and rehabilitate child victims out of slavery. Unlikely Heroes provides everything a child needs to live a transformed life of freedom including safe housing, medical care, legal assistance, case management, life skills, job training, education, and counseling. Since 2011, we have rescued over 400 children out of slavery, educated more than 80,000 people worldwide on the issue of human trafficking.

Unlikely Heroes

WCIA works closely with other city departments to disseminate educational information regarding community safety. WCIA builds relationships and trust between immigrants and many types of safety and first responders, such as the Dallas Police Department, the Dallas Fire Department, and other emergency care personnel. WCIA will establish Welcoming Hubs where Dallas’ diverse residents can partake of instructional and recreational opportunities for themselves and their children.  WCIA collaborates with other public and community partners to maintain ongoing communication with municipal, state and federal agencies regarding policies impacting immigrants and refugees in Dallas.

Welcoming C&IA

For over 30 years The Women’s Center of East Texas has served battered women, their witnessing children, and victims of sexual assault. We have responded to tens of thousands of calls for help, and there is so much more to be done. We spend our days exploring options, enhancing safety and creating community change with victims of domestic and stranger and/or non-stranger sexual violence

Women's Center of East Texas