Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking

Program Overview


The Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking Liaison (IAHTL) Program supports Indigenous communities in providing survivor focused and localized responses to Human Trafficking. The IAHTL initiative was created by and for
Indigenous people in order to end Human Trafficking in our communities.


The program develops and implements culturally grounded presentations, educational materials, trauma-informed tools and resources, as well
as, awareness and prevention tools specific to Indigenous HT for communities that are created with invaluable guidance from survivors.


Liaisons organize community engagement and educational sessions with survivors, including youth, Two-Spirit and those who have recently exited, focusing on their strengths and resiliencies in order to inform the development
of best practice models.

Services Offered

 

  • Build capacity in service providers through training and education

  • Build capacity in survivors through empowerment, mentorship, supporting
    survivors in meeting their identified needs such as goal setting, training and education

  • Nurture survivor resilience and strengthening Indigenous women’s leadership Increase awareness in community through resource development & distribution

  • Community engagements and consultation

  • Survivor led strategies and initiatives

  • Advocacy

  • Connect those seeking to exit with culturally appropriate, wraparound, trauma-informed supports and services

  • Systems navigation

  • Provide safer spaces for survivors

  • Workshops, presentations and training across sectors to increase awareness of Indigenous Human Trafficking across the province in order to effect systems change

DELIVERY SITE

Thunder Bay

380 Ray Blvd

Toll Free: 1-800-667-0816

Phone: (807) 623-3442

Toronto

67 Yonge St.

Toll Free: 1-800-667-0816

FLOW-THROUGH SITES

Akwesasne

Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario

19 Kawehnoke Apartments Rd., Cornwall

Phone: (613) 937-4322

 

Fort Erie

Niagara Chapter of Native Women

1088 Garrison Rd, Fort Erie

Phone: (905) 871-8770

Fort Frances

Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services

380 Ray Blvd

Toll Free: 1-800-667-0816

Phone: (807) 623-3442

Ottawa

Metis Nation of Ontario,

Suite 400, 214 Montreal Rd.

Minwaashin Lodge,

100-1155 Lola St.

Crisis Line: (613) 789-1141

Toll Free: 1-855-789-9433

Phone: (613) 741-5590

Toronto

Native Women's Resouce Centre of Toronto

191 Gerrard St. E

Phone: (416) 963-9963

ONTARIO NATIVE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION

 PHONE: 1-800-667-0816  |  FAX: 1-807-623-1104

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