About No Traffick Ahead

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Who We Are

No Traffick Ahead is a multi-county workgroup in the Northern California Bay Area dedicated to a long-term, sustainable approach to combating human trafficking in all forms. 

Our workgroup comprises six counties across the Bay Area and includes direct and legal service providers, law enforcement, and government agencies, as well as community, faith-based, and survivor-led outreach groups.  We bring comprehensive expertise and insight into combating all forms of human trafficking. 

The South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking facilitates No Traffick Ahead. An Advisory Board provides guidance to NTA and includes: Perla Flores- Community Solutions, Brian Wo - BAATC, Katherine Jolluck - Stanford University.


Our Mission

We echo the U.S. State Department's "4-P's" for combating trafficking:  

Ensure the protection of victims,

the prosecution of offenders,

and the prevention of human trafficking and slavery through an effective coordinated partnership


Our Approach

We take a victim-centered, trauma-informed approach.  By opening communication across different sectors, we aim to close gaps in services and ensure efficiency in providing victim-centered services once survivors have been identified. We also engage the broader community and raise awareness of all forms of trafficking occurring daily in the Bay Area.


notable accomplishments

Read more about our work around Super Bowl 50 here



No Traffick Ahead reflects the collective efforts of agencies working throughout the greater Northern California Bay Area to combat human trafficking. If you would like to learn more about your neighborhood, please check out your local collaborative:

Alameda County HEAT Watch   

South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking

Coalition to End Human Trafficking in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties

Contra Costa County Zero Tolerance for Human Trafficking Coalition


If you're in immediate danger, please call 911

Polaris BeFree Texting Helpline
Text BeFree (233733)

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Red flags that someone may be in danger