The San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (SFCAHT) has a membership of over 30 agencies representing a broad array of nongovernmental organizations, government agencies, law enforcement agencies, service providers, educators, and community members. SFCAHT is chaired by community advocate Nancy Goldberg from the Jewish Family and Children's Services and Diana Oliva-Aroche from the San Francisco Mayor's Office. It is staffed by members of HRC and Department on the Status of Women who manage the day-to-day functions and communications of the Collaborative. SFCAHT is committed to ending human trafficking through collaboration, education, outreach, advocacy, and supporting survivors of human trafficking by taking a zero tolerance stance on exploitation, violence, and human trafficking and building a strong group of anti-trafficking advocates and experts in San Francisco.
For more information about SFCAHT, please visit SFCAHT.org (external link).