Partnership’s dedicated staff provides an assessment of the current needs of the individual to create a plan for services which may include counseling, legal advocacy, court advocacy, housing and employment services to assist in their recovery. Immigration referrals and services are available to victims of human trafficking who are foreign born.
Human Trafficking victims may access all services available through the Family Violence Center and the Rape Crisis Center. We work closely with local law enforcement, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Homeland security to ensure confidentiality and improve service delivery, investigation, arrest and prosecution of the case.
Founded by the Partnership for Families, Children & Adults and Second Life of Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Coalition Against Human Trafficking is comprised of area social service providers, mental health providers, medical providers, community and faith based organizations, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies who work together to combat sex-trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Greater Chattanooga area.
Mission and Vision: A community unified in the response to and prevention of human trafficking in all forms.
Values: Human dignity and justice for all.
- Raise overall awareness about the issue of human trafficking.
- Facilitate training and equipping of first responders to human trafficking.
- Collaborate in the restoration of victims of human trafficking.
- Awareness: Implementation of programs and activities to support the mission of CCAHT.
- Social Services: The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults providing comprehensive, wrap-around services to victims of human trafficking.
- Enforcement: Closed group partnership of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies that combat human trafficking.
Your role in The Coalition: If you are interested in becoming a part of the Chattanooga Coalition Against Human Trafficking, please complete and submit this form.