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The National Prevention Toolkit

on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Coalitions in Florida

Those coalitions are listed below.


Mission and Services Provided

Website & Contact

Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Mission: To improve and provide outreach and services to victims of human trafficking throughout the State of Florida by developing support programs, networking, and coalition building, training, service delivery, and referrals to victims in need.


  • Works closely with community service providers to provide victims with emergency food and shelter, medical and psychological treatment and other services as needed
  • Provides training to law enforcement agencies, medical facilities, faith based, civil and community organizations to bring awareness and recognition to the signs and symptoms of Human Trafficking
  • Works closely with the FBI, ICE, State and local law enforcement agencies in Florida and provides guidance to law enforcement nationally and internationally

WebsiteView Website

Phone Number727-442-3064

Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Mission: The CIW’s Anti-Slavery Program has uncovered, investigated, and assisted in the prosecution of numerous multi-state, multi-worker farm slavery operations across the Southeastern U.S.


  • Works to prevent new agricultural companies from using human trafficking
  • Works to identify and eliminate any unusual case of human trafficking in the farm industry
  • Conducts stellar investigations of forced labor and assists with prosecutions and with cases pending in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas

WebsiteView Website

Phone Number239-657-8311

County Coalitions

In several Florida counties there are human trafficking coalitions that may provide resources or services to victims.

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Sponsored by the

The Human Trafficking Project was supported by Award No. VF011 awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, Sponsored by the Institute for Family Violence Studies and the State of Florida.


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