Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking
We're anti-trafficking and we think you should be, too. The Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) exists to inform social change that eliminates human exploitation.
Human trafficking is one of the most egregious violations of human rights today. Because of its covert nature, this crime goes unnoticed or misunderstood in the United States, leaving an untold number of victims without the services they desperately need. LCHT’s mission is to inform social change that eliminates human exploitation. Since 2005, we have trained over 25,000 professionals and community members; conducted three major research projects to drive action and inform policy change; assumed administration of the statewide 24/7 human trafficking hotline; and supported 125 interns as future human rights leaders. Our past work has identified promising practices to prevent trafficking, protect victims, prosecute criminals, and support partnerships across Colorado and beyond.
Learn more at combathumantrafficking.org.