Project FIGHT

Project FIGHT (Freeing Individuals Gripped by Human Trafficking) provides comprehensive case management for victims of human trafficking found in North Carolina, and works to generate education and awareness about human trafficking in the community. Project FIGHT is also the leader of the Rapid Response Team of the Triangle, where they collaborate efforts amongst service providers including law enforcement, legal aid, and medical/mental health providers. Project FIGHT works with these agencies to connect clients with basic needs, mental health assessments, education, employment, housing, and other resources. Since its inception in 2011, Project FIGHT has seen over 140 cases of human trafficking in North Carolina. On January 9, 2015, the North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission presented Project FIGHT with the Survivor Care Award. In 2016, the program expanded its statewide effort to include five different locations across North Carolina. View video below to learn more about the FIGHT against human trafficking:




Questions? Contact the Project FIGHT team here