The BAATC works to equip individuals, empower communities and engage non-profits with best practices to sustain in the fight against human trafficking in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
In 2011, we surveyed the anti-trafficking landscape of the Bay Area and realized that there were numerous entities fighting human trafficking in all of its forms, but we were all missing the opportunity to maximize our impact through collaboration. Thus, we began the BAATC with the goal of sharing resources, not duplicating efforts and developing best practices, so that we could work across the region in a unified and sustainable way to eradicate the injustice of human trafficking.
Where We Work
What We Do
BAATC efforts equip and engage individuals, civic groups, and non-profits with best practices to sustain in the fight against human trafficking in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. We work to build collaboration between local non-profits to establish a stronger continuum of care among victim service providers, and educate activists about how to sustain in their continuum of engagement to intervene on behalf of those who are enslaved.