The first step towards action is awareness. The Collaborative’s Awareness Campaign “Happens Here Too” receives 46 million views annually and sparks conversation and the realization that human trafficking exists in our community. We invite anyone ready to take action to join us in the fight against human trafficking.
If you want our awareness campaign to come to you for an event or program you are hosting, let us know! We can set up an awareness station with materials and a staff member to answer questions.
To request an awareness station or materials contact Kayla Ebner, Program & Outreach Specialist at email@example.com.
“It is impossible for any single agency or organization to respond comprehensively to the problem of human trafficking.” (Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice)
The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking leads the efforts of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to End Human Trafficking, Northeast Ohio’s 60+ member coalition made up of government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and businesses. The main purpose of the group is to:
As the backbone organization for these efforts, the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking maintains overall strategic coherence, coordinates the day-to-day operations, and implementation of the work, including stakeholder engagement, communications, data collection and analysis, and other responsibilities.
Contact Marya Simmons, Director of Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to see if your organization can play a role in the fight against human trafficking.