What are we?
C7 Human Trafficking Coalition is a collaboration of first responders, governmental agencies, elected officials, non-profits, ministries, and individuals in the North Texas region. C7 works to recognize, recover, protect, restore, and advocate for sex trafficking victims. Our mission is to assist in increasing and providing awareness, education, training, and victim services to combat sex trafficking in the North Texas region.
What do we do?
- Training and networking for members
C7 Human Trafficking Coalition believes that diversity, equity and inclusion is a requisite part of our community. We strive to serve all human trafficking survivors including labor and sex trafficking, adults and minors, documented and undocumented. We empower all survivors to make a difference in our community by building a compassionate culture of diversity, equity and inclusiveness regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status.
C7 Texoma Anti-Trafficking Coalition brings together organizations of North Texas and Oklahoma to bring awareness to the community about preventing and identifying human trafficking. As a Coalition, we also aim to aid local organizations in their prevention and treatment efforts of human trafficking. You can learn more about our coalition here: https://c7texoma.com/
Gateway to Freedom Scholarships
The Gateway Scholarship Committee is planning to award two scholarships to Human Trafficking Survivors who wish to pursue training and education to obtain a career goal or objective.
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