At the Department of Health and Human Services, the core of our anti-trafficking mission is to identify victims, support survivors’ aim for independence, and equip organizations — including faith-based and community organizations — to help survivors toward independence.
These organizations bring well-developed networks, strong community trust, long-standing expertise serving refugees, victims of violence, and other populations in need. They also have the capacity to tailor services to their communities based on localized research and experience.
We can offer support, connections to anti-trafficking networks, and expertise on how to effectively and safely work with those who have experienced trafficking to reduce their risk of being re-traumatized.
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