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Help survivors of human trafficking find a path to safety.

how you can help

Learn the signs

Join the fight against human trafficking by learning what to look for. ACT Alberta's free training will teach you how to identify the signs of human trafficking and how to safely respond. 

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Join the network

Human trafficking is a terrible and highly coordinated crime. It is only through collective action and radical collaboration that we will make a difference. You can help by connecting with ACT Alberta and expanding the scope of support for victims and survivors.

Connect with ACT

Invest in ACT Alberta

When you donate to ACT Alberta, you connect victims and survivors to the resources they need to get out of a life-threatening situation. Whether it’s a monthly donation, or a gift card for groceries, every gift makes a difference.

Ways to Give

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together, we can create an Alberta free of human trafficking.

Our Story

The Action Coalition on Human Trafficking Alberta (ACT) is one of the few organizations in Alberta that provides front-line services to victims and survivors of both labour and sex trafficking — crimes that can affect women, men, trans and non-binary individuals, and children. Since 2008, our victim services team, educators, and advocates have helped thousands of victims and survivors on their path to safety.

At ACT Alberta, our first goal is to get victims and survivors of human trafficking on the path to safety. We also know that we can’t solve this problem alone: we raise public awareness and readiness so that our community can work together to reduce trafficking.

To accomplish these goals, ACT has three core program streams:

Get the Facts.

in Alberta

Who is most at risk? Traffickers intentionally target victims who are already vulnerable:
- Foreign nationals
- Some Indigenous women and girls
- Persons with low socio-economic status
- Those with mental health concerns and addictions
- Youth

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in Alberta

Sex trafficking is a distinctly gendered issue that primarily (but not exclusively) affects women and girls. 

Human trafficking is often found at the intersection of spaces where there’s endemic: 
- Sexism
- Sexual violence
- Racism and discrimination
- Poverty

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Human Trafficking

In 2021 alone, we provided


Direct supports to victims and survivors of human trafficking


Risk assessments for
individual clients


Safety plans to help individual clients exit their current situation


Participants attended tailored training over the course of 33 sessions