Update on COVID-19 and LCHT Operations

To our supporters, partners, and friends: We are reaching out today in the midst of a challenging few days for our country and the global community in regards to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost, we are thinking about those of you who have a direct role in public

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Ashley Hunt: A Welcome Interview

Welcome to The Lab!  We’re excited to have you as our new Leadership and Engagement Manager. Tell us what drew you to this position and anti-trafficking work in general? Thank you! I am so excited to be part of this team and humbled to be doing this work alongside you

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LCHT Position Opening: Leadership and Engagement Manager

About the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) LCHT’s mission is to inform social change that eliminates human exploitation; our vision is the end of human trafficking. Our program areas include training and education, leadership development, research and hotline. Since 2005, LCHT has trained more than 30,000 community members, law

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Evaluate and Replicate: How Colorado Anti-Trafficking Can Advance Promising Practices

My name is Annie Miller, and I had the privilege of helping lead our most recent community-based research with the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking: Colorado Project 2.0. While our recent work revealed that Colorado communities have become more organized and prepared to respond to human trafficking, we know there

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Getting Trained: How School Districts and Educators Can Combat Human Trafficking

It’s back to school time across the United States. In the most recent school year in Colorado, the Colorado Department of Education counted 911,536 PK-12 students enrolled in 1,900 schools across 178 school districts. Those students were supported by nearly 60,000 teachers and countless more support staff. Schools are one

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Housing, Homelessness, and Human Trafficking

In 2019, LCHT released Colorado Project 2.0, a community-based research report evaluating human trafficking in Colorado. In response to this report, a group of diverse survivors, practitioners, law enforcement professionals, and advocates developed Action Plan 2.0. This action plan provides recommendations to combat trafficking based off of Colorado Project 2.0

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Around Colorado: Raising the Professional Response to Human Trafficking in Our State

Training and education is one of the four main programming areas at the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT).  As the anti-trafficking movement in Colorado has grown in capacity and collaboration, so has the reach of LCHT’s training program.  LCHT receives training requests from a diverse range of professionals and

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