Ontario’s anti-human trafficking strategy will raise awareness of the issue through training and public awareness campaigns, empowering frontline service providers to prevent human trafficking before it occurs and take action early, supporting survivors through specialized services, and give law enforcement the tools and resources they need to hold offenders accountable.
The strategy takes a proactive approach, with actions across government focused on:
What we do
Kenora Sexual Assault Centre is a place where human trafficked, sexually assaulted and abused females (and those who identify as females) are welcomed. The human trafficking department supports both survivors and their families who are or have been trafficked, as well as families who suspect their loved ones might be trafficked.
Services the human trafficking department can provide:
Supports for males
Kenora Sexual Assault Centre provides support to male (or those who identify as male and of LGBT2S communities) survivors at a safe space in the community (such as the jail, shelter or another community agency).
Education and awareness service
We offer presentations, education and awareness training on human trafficking including but not limited to the signs to look for, how to help, community supports, etc.
We will offer presentations to interested agencies and organizations. Please contact 807-468-7958 to book a presentation.
**If you or anyone you know has questions, or is experiencing trafficking or sexual exploitation, we are here for you.**