We are thrilled to announce that 1Human Trafficking Coalition (1HTC), - a multi-county collaborative to fight human trafficking in South Florida- is now housed in the Center for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ) at Barry University School of Social Work.
We have an unwavering commitment to work with local and global community partners in combating human trafficking and supporting survivors. As such, we are pleased with the opportunity to integrate 1HTC into our existing anti-trafficking initiatives. Building upon the solid foundation created by 1HTC’s leader and collaborators over the past three years, the CHRSJ’s 1HTC Project will use a collective impact approach to social change with the primary mission of supporting Anti-Human Trafficking efforts in the tri-county area by aligning resources and serving as a comprehensive and integrated information, education, and training center for individuals and organizations throughout South Florida.
Our new website offers extensive educational resources (including an interactive resource guide with more than 400 up-to-date community resources) that will help equip community members with additional tools in the fight against human trafficking. Please visit our site to explore the following:
- Training and Education
- Research Data and Reports
- Interactive Florida Resource Guide (Coming Soon!)
- Additional Resources
- Trauma-Informed Human Trafficking Certificate
We are beyond grateful to Adriane Reesey, the founder and former director of 1HTC for her vision and commitment to the anti-trafficking movement, to the Lipton Farris Foundation for supporting 1HTC, and all of the organizations that work fiercely to end Human Trafficking in South Florida. We look forward to working in partnership over the coming months and years.