About the NJCAHT
The New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking was formed in 2011 and is made up of over 170 diverse groups in the state, which include nonprofits, faith-based organizations, government agencies, academics, law enforcement, and direct service providers.
The NJCAHT works to serve as the hub of community efforts statewide to increase coordination and visibility of NJ’s commitment to end human trafficking.
The NJCAHT became a nonprofit 501c3 in November 2016, and is a volunteer-run organization.
MISSION: TO UNITE NJ COMMUNITIES TO ABOLISH HUMAN TRAFFICKING
VISION: NEW JERSEY FREE FROM HUMAN TRAFFICKING
You can read and print out the PDF of the NJCAHT informational brochure at the link below:
You can read and print out the PDF our 2017-18 and 2016-17 Annual Reports at the links below:
During Advocacy Week 2019 in the NJ State Capitol, the NJCAHT was honored to be presented with a JOINT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION by Senator Weinberg, Assemblywoman Vainieri Huttle and Assemblyman Johnson, that noted our contribution to ending modern day slavery and our educational efforts in particular.