The Alliance encourages membership and participation of any organization or entity that is actively engaged in anti-trafficking efforts. Check out our two types of membership to see which one fits best for your organization.
The General Membership is available to direct service providers who meet all of the following criteria:
The Associate Membership is available to organizations or entities that fit into one of these categories:
Community groups are where members can post questions, discuss, and share ideas with other members. If there is a specific topic you want to connect with other members about, you can join a group and chat with your peers in a similar job role.
Each organization that joins the Alliance has five logins they can use for different staff members. Our community groups give these staff members the chance to discuss concerns, issues and trends related to their specific roles with their peers across the U.S. Executive directors can discuss board relations with other executive directors; case managers can pose questions about finding a dentist to other case managers. Fundraisers can chat about grant opportunities with other fundraisers.
In order to do the work of providing long-term service to survivors of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and prostitution, it is essential to keep learning and utilizing all resources at our disposal. As a member you will have access to content from our Sheltered Conference, podcasts, links to outside resources, courses, and templates. This content spans from topics like drug addiction to HR documents.
Since this field is so new, research is an essential part of moving towards greater credibility. Members have the opportunity to take part in research projects in partnership with academic institutions. They also have the opportunity to guide what research needs to be done to better the field at large. This means we steer the topics to be relevant and helpful to our everyday work.