Human trafficking resources (Edmonton and Alberta):

ACT Alberta

ACT Alberta coordinates services for victims of human trafficking, manages a Victims Assistance Fund, provides training and education to service providers, engages and educates the public, researches and collects data on human trafficking, helps develop policy provincially and nationally, and builds capacity for community-based responses to human trafficking.
Visit their website to learn more about Action Coalition on Human Trafficking

Phone: (780) 474-1104

Youth Stop Trafficking and Exploitation Project (YSTEP)
We all have a role to prevent and end sexual exploitation, human trafficking and social injustice. You can be part of this important work in your school, among your friends, your community or the world. What you say and do matters. You can make a difference!

Human trafficking resources (national and international):

Chrysalis Network

The Chrysalis Network is a GBLT friendly, non-abolitionist, humanitarian organization dedicated to supporting ALL workers involved in the adult industry. You do not need to identify as a trafficked person to be welcomed by our line. Languages spoken by Chrysalis counsellors include English, French, Punjabi, Hindi, Arabic, Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay, Portuguese, and Afrikaans.


The Canadian Women’s Foundation is taking leadership on trafficking with the launch of the Task Force on Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada an initiative of Canadian Women’s Foundation.

Stop the Traffik