Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition conducts conferences, outreach, educational trainings, advocacy, and meetings to help the community to acquire greater knowledge and understanding of human trafficking and
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. A 24/7 Crisis & Resource Hotline service provides emergency telephone crisis intervention, advocacy, resources, and direct referrals.
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. provides direct victim services through Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Emergency Housing, Transportation, Direct Partner Referrals and Victim Advocacy.
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition continues to grow in our efforts and partnerships, so does our need for volunteers. We are looking for individuals that would be willing to come into the office and help out, as we prepare to launch our resource hotline due to the increase in
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New to the issue of human trafficking in Idaho? Want to know more about what you can do? We offer Trafficking 101 Training to all interested community members, businesses, and organizations.
Human Trafficking 101+ Training
This in-depth training will give an overview of our programs and cover the basics of understanding human trafficking, identifying victims, trauma-informed care practices, and effective advocacy.
Online Safety and additional topics are available by request.
To request an online training for your agency, church, business or community center, please email Kevin Zielinski, Program Manager at kevin@idahoatc
24/7 Crisis & Resource Hotline services provide emergency telephone crisis intervention, advocacy, resources, and direct referrals.
This program will operate through IATC staff and trained volunteers. Volunteers will be trained in crisis response, crisis intake, referral processes, and national and statewide resources.
Call or Text 208-630-6601
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition is expanding our crisis hotline to better serve Idaho's communities. This program will operate through IATC staff and trained volunteers. We will be training volunteers in crisis response, crisis intake, referral processes, and national and statewide resources.
Case Management provides access to needed services and resources in the community through a comprehensive needs assessment, service planning, referrals, and monitoring.
Crisis intervention services include information, advocacy, validation of feelings, safety planning and empowerment to reinforce the individuals autonomy and self-determination. Crisis intervention services are based on trauma-informed, accessible and culturally and linguistically appropriate approaches.
Transportation services provided to or from a service agency or appointment through safe and accessible options.
Victim advocacy offers emotional support, victim's rights' information, and help in finding needed resources and assistance.
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition assist in providing emergency and supportive housing for individuals who are fleeing their traffickers.
Utilizing community partnerships to build a coalition to ensure a continuum of care through direct referrals.
Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition
Office Phone: (208) 630-6601 Address: 868 E. Riverside Dr., Ste 170, Eagle, ID 83616
National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
The Idaho ATC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible
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