CARE, EDUCATION, AND COLLABORATION
ACT provides trauma-informed, evidence-based, and person-centered care for our clients. Human trafficking is a human rights abuse that can affect women, men, trans and non-binary individuals, and children right here in Alberta.
We educate our community on how to identify and respond to human trafficking, foster our vast network of collaborators that enable us to get our clients the help they need, and spearhead vital research and policy development across the province.
WHO WE ARE
Since our first case in 2008, we have delivered direct services to thousands of people in need. We are accredited social workers, advocates, and educators who work tirelessly toward our vision of an Alberta free of human trafficking.
Our vision is an Alberta free of human trafficking.
We support and advocate for victims and survivors of human trafficking, increase knowledge and awareness of all forms of human trafficking, and lead and foster collective action through collaboration and respect.
ACT Alberta was founded with a vision of an Alberta free of human trafficking. Here is the story of how we started.Learn more
support and direct assistance to individuals experiencing all forms of human trafficking.
education that is grounded in years of evidence-based research and learnings from our clients.
networks of partners working together to create an Alberta free of human trafficking.
solutions that get victims out of bad situations and on a clear path to healing and safety.
At ACT Alberta, our first goal is always to get victims and survivors of human trafficking on their 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 instances of trafficking.
To accomplish these goals, ACT Alberta has three core program streams:
Pathways to Safety
Specialized case management for victims and survivors of human trafficking
Tailored training programs for community response
It Takes a Village
Cross-agency stakeholder partnerships and knowledge sharing