Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition

Press Release

The Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition is honoring its mission to work alongside community members in providing awareness, education, services, and safe housing for victims of human trafficking.

In the past two years, the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition has expedited its efforts to fulfill its mission. This year these efforts will include evaluating what is working and what isn't, strengthening statewide partnerships, expanding awareness and education, and ensuring that individuals have the right to housing, services, and supports, removing the process of criminalizing victims.  

Solace House Outpatient Clinic opened its doors in June 2019 and provides trauma-specific services and supports through trauma counseling, case management, and peer supports.

Harbor House will officially launch in the first quarter of 2020 and is committed to ensuring safety through emergency and transitional housing for women fleeing sex trafficking. Work continues on opening Solace House, a safe house for minor victims of sex trafficking, ages 11-17. Each housing program will provide a continuum of care through the Solace House Outpatient clinic and community partners. 

Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition has a team that works with the community to provide training and education, awareness, and advocacy throughout the state that can be requested anytime through the website at

Without community involvement, partnerships, and full transparency the Coalition wouldn't be able to successfully do this work, while honoring individuals who have the most important voice in this critical effort!  

For information on the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition contact Jennifer Zielinski, Executive Director, Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition 208-630-6601..



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We invite you to join us for the Ride and Revive, an indoor cycle class and After Party.

50 individual riders will participate in an indoor spin class with the goal of achieving the highest amount of Miles. Individuals can further support us by getting personal sponsors to match their own individual total miles. The rider with the most sponsors will win an amazing prize!

We are also seeking Local Businesses as Miles Match Partners who will commit to matching $1/mile for an anticipated combined class effort of 500+ miles. Partners can commit to a minimum or maximum match amount.

Ride and Revive will create awareness and education regarding sex trafficking throughout the Treasure Valley and encourage everyone throughout our communities to get involved in the fight to end human trafficking.

Following the indoor spin class, participants and Miles Match Partners will be invited to the exclusive After Party with beer and Grimaldi's pizza and salads.

Want to be one of the 50 riders in the class? Each ticket is $50 and gives you one spot for the indoor class and entrance to the exclusive After Party.

Interested in being a Business Miles Match Partner? Contact Kevin Zielinski, Program Manager at to make your pledge or for more information.

All funds raised during the event will go to supporting the programs of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition.  


Our Mission

The mission of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition is to work alongside community members in providing awareness, education, services, and safe housing for victims of human trafficking.

What We Do

Solace House


Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. - Solace House will be Idaho's first safe house for victims of trafficking.

Harbor House


Idaho Anti-Trafficking, Inc.-Harbor House is an Emergency Transitional House for adult victims fleeing sex trafficking.

Solace House Outpatient Clinic


Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. - Solace House Outpatient Services provides mental health services for children and adults, male or female.

Get Involved

There are many ways to be involved in the work of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition including awareness building, education, and volunteering..

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Blue Backpack Project

About the project

We are excited to be partnering with The Blue Backpack Project to provide personal care kits to individuals we are serving. The kits contain hygiene and personal care products, all packed in a blue backpack that can transform into a suitcase. 

How to help: 

You can collect items on the needs list (to the right) and contact The Blue Backpack Project through their website for a drop off location. This is a great project to complete as part of a group, family, church, or office. 

In addition to the care items, The Blue Backpack Project accepts donations to help purchase backpacks. Additionally, you can donate gift cards in increments of $25 which will be used to purchase food, phones, and new clothing for each individual. 

Contact Information:



Phone: 208-914-1540

Registered Charity: 501c3 nonprofit 

What's Needed

 Here is the list of items needed:

• Full Size: Shampoo/conditioner 

• Body wash 

• Deodorant 

• Hairspray 

• Lotion 

• Body Spray 

• Face/makeup wipes

 • Face cream

 • Toothbrush/toothpaste 

• Feminine products  

• Chapstick/lip gloss 

• Small first aid kit 

• Hairbrush 

• Ponytails/hair clips 

• Socks • Journal 

• Pen 

• Gum/candy