Project CLICC


Project CLICC (Community Leaders Initiating Change Through Collaboration)










Project CLICC aims to foster collaboration among domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking services providers, and community advocates, so that we can assist in increasing service providers’ capacity to serve all victims of trafficking. In particular, the Project directs its trainings towards historically underserved communities, including (though not limited to) American Indians, Latinx, South Asians, African Americans, LGBTQIA, men and boys, and labor trafficking victims.


Service: Project CLICC works with all North Carolina Council for Women and Youth Involvement domestic violence and sexual assault grantees to assist in increasing their capacity to serve all victims of trafficking.
Education and Training: Project CLICC works to expand and enhance networks of coordinated resources and activities to reduce the effects and likelihood of all forms of trafficking. The Project provides training opportunities to service providers, law enforcement, medical providers, prosecutors, faith-based organization, and community groups.
Outreach: Project CLICC is working to increase access to information and referral services through printed material and social media platforms.
Helpful Resources:


This project was supported by the North Carolina Governors Crime Commission Grant No. 2015-VA-GX-0019 awarded by the Office of Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication, program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime. 2018