Our Partners

Innovations HTC’s work is rooted in the strength and courage of Indigenous survivors of human trafficking who have rebuilt their lives to lead a movement seeking to end the exploitation of women, girls, boys, men, two-spirited, and other people for the financial profit of others. We are a survivor-led, social justice organization that is deeply rooted in Indigenous communities and communities of color throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Our mission is to empower survivors to heal and build self-sufficient, affirming lives and to engage first responders, tribes, and other stakeholders in eliminating human trafficking through solution-based knowledge and trauma-informed strategies.

We exist today because of generous supporters like you. Your gifts help us to grow/expand services and respond to the hundreds of exploited individuals contacting Innovations HTC for help each year. Please explore these opportunities to support and join us in providing pathways to freedom, safety, and hope.

Family Support Center of South Sound

Family Support Center of South Sound is a nonprofit 501c3 multi-service agency located in Olympia, Washington, founded in 1992. The agency provides over 4,000 parents, children, and survivors of violence with coordinated, supportive services in one centralized location.

The EPIK Project

“Our primary demand disruption strategy is the Cyber Patrol”

Since 2013, Epik has been actively disrupting online demand by making contact at its source. Through the creative use of custom and “off the shelf” technology solutions.

Those who’ve survived this kind of exploitation can attest to the trauma, violence, and degradation inherent in commercial sex. From the beginning, Epik has listened carefully to these survivors and kept our focus squarely on the demand that drives this exploitative system

Family Justice Center Alliance

The Family Justice Center Alliance (FJCA) is a program of Alliance for HOPE International, one of the leading domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and intervention organizations in the United States.  The FJCA serves as the clearinghouse, research center, and national affiliation organization for Family Justice Centers and other multi-agency models that serve victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, and/or human trafficking.

Nisqually Indian Tribe

The Nisqually Tribe’s mission is to perpetuate our home and our culture, by helping our people thrive. We administer a variety of programs to sustain the general welfare of the Nisqually people, as well as ensure the prosperity of future generations.

Washington Trafficking Prevention

Washington Trafficking Prevention is a survivor-led nonprofit that empowers young people, professionals, and community members to join the movement to end human exploitation and address the cultural and social norms that tolerate and contribute to the exploitation of sex and labor. We engage communities through community-based volunteer programs and provide prevention education to young people, adult family members, community members, and professionals. 

At WTP we are committed to providing prevention education that addresses dynamics related to power, privilege, equity, and gender-based violence through a racial justice lens. Collaboration and partnership across sectors and communities is instrumental to achieving our mission and serving the community holistically.

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