PATH Collaborative is a partnership of medical and community-based organizations in the Greater Houston Area working to identify and assist trafficked individuals onto a path of healing and recovery in Texas.

The Scope in Greater Houston

An estimated 40.3 million victims are trapped in modern-day slavery. Human trafficking and modern slavery do not discriminate; they affect men and women of all ages. 71% of trafficking victims around the world are women and girls and 29% are men and boys. Read on to learn more about human trafficking, and find support resources and ways you can take action. 

Our focus areas

PATH seeks to build capacity in key areas: (1) community awareness of trafficking as a significant public health problem in the Greater Houston Area; (2) adoption of evidence-based practices in victim identification and response; and, (3) longitudinal care and recovery support for trafficking survivors.

PATH Collaborative is supported by Federal Award No. 2019–VT-BX-0091 awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, US Department of Justice.