Membership

2022 Open Enrollment 

  • Open enrollment for 2022 is now closed. Open enrollment will reopen Fall of 2022.

2022 Members:

  • 4sarah
  • Amerigroup Georgia
  • Asian American Hotel Owners Association
  • Atlanta Black Pride, Inc.
  • Atlanta Redemption Ink, Inc
  • BeLoved Atlanta
  • Brenau University
  • Catholic Charities Atlanta
  • Center for Pan Asian Community Services
  • Center for Victims of Torture
  • Center on Human Trafficking Research & Outreach, University of Georgia
  • Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Hughes Spalding
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Lowndes County, Inc.
  • Children's Advocacy Centers of Georgia
  • Children's Advocacy Centers of Georgia CSEC Response Team
  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Stephanie Blank Center
  • Columbus Police Department
  • Comfort in The Storm Foundation, Inc.
  • Office of Commissioner Tim Echols
  • Dalton State College
  • DeKalb County District Attorney's Office
  • Dekalb County Sheriff’s Office
  • Department of Community Supervision
  • Department of Family & Children Services
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health
  • Divas Who Win Freedom, Inc.
  • Douglas County District Attorney's Office
  • Douglas County Juvenile Programs Administration Department
  • Douglas County Task Force on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Advocacy
  • Embark Behavioral Health
  • Faithful Love
  • Fellowship Community, Inc.
  • Frontline Response
  • Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network
  • Georgia Bureau of Investigation
  • Georgia Center for Child Advocacy
  • Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Georgia Commission on Women
  • Georgia Department of Community Supervision
  • Georgia Department of Driver Services
  • Georgia Department of Education
  • Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
  • Georgia Office of Victim Services
  • Georgia’s Office of the Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit
  • Harmony House Child Advocacy/Sexual Assault Center
  • Heart's Cry
  • Heyrick, Inc
  • Hope Thrives NPO, Inc.
  • House of Globalization Inc
  • International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children
  • Junior League of Atlanta
  • Just1 International Mission
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Kids in Need of Defense
  • Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia
  • Love146, Inc.
  • Lydia’s house
  • Map to HOPE, LLC
  • Micah's Promise
  • Mission Acts International
  • Mosaic Georgia
  • Office of the Fulton County District Attorney
  • Paulding Child Advocacy Center
  • Prevent Child Abuse Georgia
  • Project Free
  • Rainbow House Inc.
  • Reach One Corporation
  • Renew Therapy Georgia
  • Rescuing Hope
  • Roswell Police Department
  • Sacred Roots Farm, Inc.
  • Savannah Working Against Human Trafficking
  • Sexual Assault Support Center DBA: The Center At 909
  • Smyrna Police Department
  • Southeast Georgia Health System
  • Southern Crescent Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center
  • Sullivan Solutions dba Crossman Sullivan
  • Tabitha's House, Inc.
  • Tahirih Justice Center
  • Tapestri
  • The B.U.D.D.Y. House, Inc.
  • The Comfy Place
  • The Cottage, Sexual Assault Center and Children's Advocacy Center
  • The Green House CAC/SAC
  • The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc.
  • The Sunshine Girls
  • The Table on Delk
  • Transform1, Inc.
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture - Investigations
  • Wellspring Living
  • Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work
  • Wilbanks CEASE Clinic, University of Georgia
  • youthSpark, Inc.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Membership requirements and expectations have changed. 

Membership on the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force is categorized between Partner and Affiliate level membership. Please read carefully what is required of each membership type and decide which commitment aligns with your individual and/ or agency capacity. 

Partner Level Membership:

  • Members have direct involvement with the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force
  • Members are expected to sign up for at least one of the nine Task Force Work Groups 
  • Members are expected to actively attend, participate, and contribute to Task Force Work Group meetings, projects, and/or initiatives
  • Members are expected to adhere to the laid-out time requirements (75%) in order to maintain their membership***
  • Members are expected to participate in the Quarterly Task Force meetings

 *exceptions will be made on an individual basis

Affiliate Level Membership:

  • Members may elect to be affiliated with or have limited involvement with the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force
  • Members are not required to sign up for one of the nine Task Force Work Groups or participate directly in Work Group projects and/or initiatives***
  • Members may offer their support and coordinated efforts to Work Group projects, as available
  • Members may support the efforts of the Task Force and statewide anti-trafficking initiatives by redistributing resources, Work Group projects, and applicable materials (i.e. upcoming and available training, newsletters, etc.) throughout their professional networks
  • Members may participate in the Quarterly Task Force meetings

*direct involvement in a specific Work Group will be authorized upon request

Work Group Members’ Responsibilities:

  • Partner Level Members will serve as the “Authorized Representative” on behalf of their agency/organization.
  • Partner Level Members will attend and actively participate in monthly Work Group meetings— specifically, contributing in some capacity to all phases of the initiative (i.e. project planning, development, and implementation).
  • Task Force Members will attend the Quarterly Task Force meetings on behalf of their Work Group.
  • Task Force Members will keep their agency/organization aware of the Task Force initiatives.

Benefits of Active Involvement as a Work Group Member on the Task Force:

  • Learning and exchanging good practices
  • Supporting your agency/organization’s mission
  • Access to professional development experiences and opportunities for staff
  • Networking and peer-to-peer support
  • Increased organizational prestige by participating in a well-designed and organized collective impact partnership
  • Satisfaction of funder mandate to “collaborate” or “partner” with organizations in the field
  • Increased knowledge of and/or access to human trafficking-specific resources
  • Strategic support from CJCC regarding training opportunities, connection to key partners in the field, etc.
  • Access to the Task Force’s performance and outcome information (i.e. the Task Force’s Annual Report)


If you have any questions, you may contact [email protected]