CATI coordinates the delivery of services to people who have been in situations of human trafficking and seeks to prevent further instances of human trafficking by raising awareness of the issue. Each person who has been in a situation of trafficking will have different concerns and service needs. CATI offers and coordinates services such as: interpretation, shelter and housing, health care, legal services, emotional support and counselling as well as accompaniment to interviews with government agencies, police and crown.
For direct support such as shelter, health care and legal services, call the relevant Contact Number (see right).
To learn more about human trafficking, review the Learn More links (see right).
To read our training manual for front line workers on the complexities of navigating the social system, click here Training Manual