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HCAHT Membership

The HCAHT includes those who have experienced trafficking as well as stakeholders from a variety of sectors (government, non-government, and non-profit) that deliver services to and support survivors of Human Trafficking in Halton and surrounding regions.


Our Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression (ARAO) mandate encourages the involvement of stakeholders representing groups with different and diverse identities like LGBT2Q+, immigrant and refugee, differently abled, and Black, Indigenous and people of colour (BIPOC).


For the purposes of the HCAHT, ‘survivor’ is defined as an individual who has been trafficked for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation in the past and has already begun a journey of healing and recovery. Apart from our survivor consultants, membership to the HCAHT is reserved for stakeholders who are representing an agency as a means to ensure membership accountability.

Our Current Members Include the Following:

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