March 2023Monthly Update


HT-RADAR Quarterly Meeting Prevention Model and Core Guiding Principles: Tools for Best Practice and Multidisciplinary Collaboration within the Anti-Trafficking Movement

Dr. Arduizur Carli Richie-Zavaleta and Dr. Sarbinaz Bekmuratova will present on Prevention Model and Guiding Principles: Tools for Best Practice and Multidisciplinary Collaboration within the Anti-Trafficking Movement. This presentation will enable the audience to use existing research to inform their practice and encourage narrowing existing gaps in the literature to achieve long-term goals of identifying, effectively assisting, and supporting victims/survivors of Human Trafficking (HT). This meeting will have an interactive component after the presentation to encourage collaboration among constituents. Our virtual audience will be able to opt in (participation is voluntary) to Zoom Breakout Rooms to discuss pre-selected topics related to the presentation. In-person attendees will be broken out into different groups for discussion. Meeting will be held on March 16th, 2023, in person from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PST) and live-streamed via Zoom.

Register for in-person or online attendance here


Community Highlights

San Diego’s Operation Better Pathways Results – San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force

As part of a joint investigation through the San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force (SDHTTF), California Attorney General Rob Bonta today announced the results of Operation Better Pathways. The multi-jurisdictional operation, which concluded earlier this month, is part of a broader, regional effort to combat human trafficking and sexual exploitation through targeted enforcement, relying both on surveillance of known locations and officers working undercover. As a result of the multi-day operation, 48 individuals were arrested for alleged human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and other criminal offenses, 41 individuals — including eight children — were offered support services, and two firearms were recovered, including a ghost gun. The arrests have been referred to the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, San Diego City Attorney’s Office, and U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California for potential criminal prosecution.

Read California Attorney General’s press release here
Update from DA Summer Stephan here

San Diego Anti-Trafficking Community Resource Guide Updated — Center for Justice and Reconciliation (CJR) 

In March of 2022, the CJR released a Community Resource Guide to connect community members to the incredible organizations in San Diego who are working to end human trafficking and support survivors. The CJR team just updated the guide to ensure you have access to the most up-to-date contact information for each organization. Browse through it to learn more about local anti-trafficking organizations or explore volunteer opportunities.

Access updated Community Resource Guide here


General Reports, Opportunities & Updates

Second Conveening of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

In June 2021, the Joint Task Force Alpha was established in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security. The task force works within 20 federal agencies the United States and with foreign partners in the Northern Triangle countries and Mexico to dismantle the most dangerous human smuggling and trafficking networks. The Attorney General gave remarks about the progress.

View meeting recording here
Read press release here

Office for Victims of Crime FY 2023 Anti-Trafficking Funding Opportunities Webinars 2

Currently, the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is the largest Federal funder responding to the needs of human trafficking victims. This includes supporting an array of victim services including case management, housing, legal, employment, and mental health services. In FY 2023, OVC anticipates releasing nine competitive funding opportunities to support services for survivors of human trafficking; multi-disciplinary task forces and statewide efforts to address human trafficking, and training and technical assistance for the anti-trafficking field. This webinar will review planned OVC FY 2023 anti-trafficking solicitations, provide high-level information about solicitation requirements, and offer a question and answer session with interested potential applicants focused on OVC solicitations anticipated to be released by March 29, 2023.

Register here

Federal Cases Involving Forced Labor of Health Professionals – Office on Trafficking in Persons

The National Action Plan’s emphasis on supply chains reflects lessons learned from COVID-19, echoing the National Strategy for a Resilient Public Health Supply Chain, published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in July 2021. Among other objectives, the National Strategy aims to “ensure equitable labor conditions by promoting best practices and U.S. adherence to child labor and forced labor laws and regulations” in health supply chains.

Access report here

Report on Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019 – Bureau of Justice Statistics 

The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is announcing the release of Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019, the first release of subnational violent and property victimization estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). This report presents selected state-level estimates of violent and property victimization for the 3-year aggregate period of 2017-19 in the 22 most populous U.S. states. It offers the first picture of victimization rates across states and how their reported and unreported crime levels vary.

See report here

New Audiobooks to Help Young Survivors of Human Trafficking — Office for Victims of Crime

The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to release a set of audiobooks from the Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials series for young survivors of human trafficking. Originally released as graphic novels in January 2022, these three audiobooks were created by national experts and young trafficking survivors — who also served as voice actors — to support youth who are victims or witnesses in cases of human trafficking.

Listen to Audiobooks here

The Salvation Army Illuminate Produces Survivor Service Access Report

The Salvation Army Illuminate’s SHIFT, Survivor Research Initiatives produced a report about how persons with lived experience of trafficking access direct services, including health care, across Canada. A survivor-led research initiative, the study aims to “improve services for Survivors, encourage accommodation when Survivors fall outside of program mandates, and to support those seeking help and recovery in the best way possible.”

Read Executive Summary here

Forensic Interviewing of Children In-Person Training – National Children’s Advocacy Center

Participants will be introduced to the evidence-based literature that supports the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) Child Forensic Interview Structure. This webinar includes lectures, skill-building activities, guided discussions, reflections, and an interview practicum in a supportive environment with assessment and feedback provided by experienced interviewers.

Register for different dates here: May 1-4June 12-15July 10-13




HT-RADAR offers information about webinars focused on anti-trafficking work and anti-trafficking research. As the workplace continues to shift, we will continue to offer resources for online educational opportunities, as well as in-person events:
  • Culturally Responsive Housing Programs Webinar
    • Date: March 16, 2023, 9:000 am (PST)
    • Hosted by: Freedom Network USA Housing Training and Technical Assistance (HTTA) Project.
    • During this webinar, featured presenter Crystal Bennett, LMSW, will be sharing the importance of creating housing programs sensitive to cultural differences that are inclusive of all survivors of human trafficking. Organizations will be better equipped to serve individuals from various backgrounds and meet their individualized needs by developing a culturally responsive program.
  • Child Abduction Response Team Training (CART)
    • Date:  March 21-23, 2023 Arizona (Deadline to Register: February 21, 2023)
    • Hosted by: National Criminal Justice Training Center
    • Description: Take steps toward implementing a successful CART by bringing together a team of experts whose knowledge, skills, and abilities will be beneficial in a child abduction case. Join us to learn how to develop a multidisciplinary CART for responding to endangered, missing, or abducted children. Hear about the impact a child abduction has on the family and learn the fundamentals of developing an effective responsive CART team. Examine incident command considerations, search and canvassing operations, CART activation, and resources to improve the response, investigation, search, and canvass activities associated with missing children investigations.
  • Multidisciplinary Team Facilitator Peer Forums
    • Date:  May 2, 2023, 11:00 am (PST)
    • Hosted by: Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers
    • Description: These forums allow multidisciplinary team facilitators to connect with their peers across the country doing similar work. Each forum starts in a large-group format to review a topic related to multidisciplinary team facilitation. Then participants are placed in Zoom breakout rooms for self-facilitated, smaller group discussions and resource sharing. In the end, participants are brought back together in one large group for a question-and-answer session with regional staff. These forums are open nationally to individuals with primary or shared responsibility for facilitating the success of multidisciplinary teams at a children’s advocacy center. Only child abuse professionals who serve in the role of a multidisciplinary team facilitator for a children’s advocacy center are eligible to participate in these forums.
  • “How Can We Do This Better?” Caring for Latin@ Survivors
    • Recorded 
    • Hosted by: End Violence Against Women International
    • Description: Our free Community Conversation Series goes beyond the basics, delving deep into topics covered in the Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam (SAMFE) Virtual Practicum. In this session, we will discuss language access, providing culturally specific care for Latin@ survivors, and addressing immigration concerns and questions.
  • Let’s Talk About Sex and Porn in the Church 
    • Recorded
    • Hosted by: Shared Hope International
    • Description: During Anti-Trafficking month, Kathy Bryan joined us as a national speaker, mentor to survivors, and a subject matter expert on the impact of porn on children, trafficking, and our culture at large.  The church, unfortunately, isn’t exempt from porn addictions. Not talking about it has only exacerbated the problem.  It’s time to change that. This webinar helps us to understand why it’s so common, and what we can do to bring hope and help.
  • National Briefing Call: Responding to Human Trafficking through the Child Welfare System
    • Recorded
    • Hosted by: Administration for Children & Families
    • Description: This national briefing call discussed new resources available from the Administration for Children and Families to assist child welfare, states, schools, nonprofit organizations, and practitioners in responding to concerns of human trafficking among children and youth, including those connected to the child welfare system.
  • Familial Trafficking in America — Study and Survivor Implications 
    • Recorded 
    • Hosted by: Shared Hope International
    • Description: Part 1 of this session laid the foundation for understanding familial sex trafficking and how familial trafficking relates to, but is distinct from, incest and briefly how laws help or hurt our identification of this type of trafficking. Part 2 of this session summarized the limited body of knowledge we have on the profile of victim and perpetrator(s) and explored the relational dynamics between the child and familial trafficker.
  • Educational video on labor trafficking experiences as told by survivors
    • Recorded
    • Hosted by: HEAL Trafficking
    • Description: Hear from survivors of labor trafficking about their interactions with healthcare professionals, while being trafficked, and how these critical encounters helped save their lives. Video co-produced by HEAL Trafficking and sponsored by Lush and Give Way to Freedom.
  • Review Boards, Male Bonding and Commercial Sexual Exploitation- Peter Qualliotine
    • Recorded 
    • Hosted by: National Center on Sexual Exploitation
    • Description: Review boards are like “Yelp” for prostitution, where sex buyers who identify as “Hobbyists” promote the exploitation of women through their posted reviews. Men use forums as these to confirm to one another their identities as “mongers.” Misogyny, sexism, and homophobia are linked closely to their sex buying and are central to their performance of masculinity and their relationships with each other. This happens within the context of power dynamics that operate between “novices” and experienced, or senior, mongers. Learn about the role of review boards in promoting toxic masculinity and sustaining gender inequality; explore the role of “the Hobby” as a form and driver of commercial sexual exploitation and gender-based violence.
  • Safeguarding Our Children from Human Trafficking: Using Culture as A Protective and Healing Influence Among Native Youth
    • Recorded 
    • Hosted by: Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center
    • Description: Historical trauma and current risk factors make Indigenous people vulnerable to many forms of crime victimization, including labor and sex trafficking. Additionally, higher percentages of American Indian and Alaska Native children are living in poverty, involved in the juvenile justice system, and the foster care system, increasing their vulnerability to human trafficking. During this conversation, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Samoan panelists discuss the intersection between child welfare, human trafficking, and vulnerability to exploitation. They also discussed the impact of historical trauma and how to effectively use culture as a protective and healing factor.
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Submission Opportunities
  • 20th Annual International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference – Presentation Submissions Requested
    • Hosted by the University of Toledo
    • Submission Deadline: March 31, 2023
  • 2024 International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and the Cycle of Justice – Proposal Requested
    • Hosted by End Violence Against Women International
    • Submission Deadline: May 8, 2023
Attendance Opportunities
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Funding Opportunities

  • Program Helps Unaccompanied Children
    • Source: Department of Health and Human Services
    •  The Residential (Secure) Services for Unaccompanied Children program supports the provision of secure care providers who manage a specialized population of unaccompanied children who have exhibited violent or criminal behavior that endangers others, serious escape history or risk, extremely disruptive or dangerous behavior in a shelter, or disruptive or dangerous behavior. Care providers must provide or have access to specialized services for unaccompanied children with substance abuse problems, anger management issues, mental health issues, or other special behavior needs. 
    • Close Date: March 13, 2023
  • OVW Fiscal Year 2023 Grants to Prevent and Respond to Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Sex Trafficking Against Children and Youth Program – Solicitation 
    • Source: Office on Violence Against Women
    • OVW is a component of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). Created in 1995, OVW administers grant programs authorized by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and subsequent legislation and provides national leadership on issues of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. OVW grants support coordinated community responses to hold offenders accountable and serve victims. 
    • Close Date: March 24, 2023
  • OVW Fiscal Year 2023 Grants to Engage Men and Boys as Allies in the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls Program – Solicitation
    • Source: Office on Violence Against Women
    • In FY 2023, funds under this program must be used to develop and/or implement strategies that engage and mobilize men and boys at individual, group, relational, and societal levels to prevent domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, and/or sex trafficking.
    • Close Date: March 24, 2023
  • OJJDP FY 2023 Victims of Child Abuse Act Training and Technical Assistance for Child Abuse Professionals 
    • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
    • OJJDP seeks proposals that support efforts to develop and operate a model national training and technical assistance program for child abuse professionals to enhance the coordinated multidisciplinary investigation and response to child abuse and increase the quality of intervention and treatment services available to child abuse victims. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing training and technical assistance, developing and disseminating publications, and implementing methods to assess training and technical assistance provided. The successful applicant will be expected to collaborate with and across all other VOCA programs to strategically expand the reach and enhance the program activities under each VOCA program award. Other VOCA programs include the Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers, Tribal Children’s Advocacy Center Training and Technical Assistance, Training and Technical Assistance for Child Abuse Prosecutors, Children’s Advocacy Centers Membership and Accreditation, and Children’s Advocacy Centers Subgrants.
    • Close Date: April 5, 2023
  • OVC FY 2023 Improving Outcomes for Child and Youth Victims of Human Trafficking 
    • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
    • The goal of the program is to improve responses for child and youth victims of trafficking with a focus on collaboration at the statewide or Tribal jurisdiction level to create effective change across systems. Recognizing that each jurisdiction is unique, applicants should identify the state or  tribe’s greatest barriers to identifying and assisting child and youth victims of sex and labor trafficking and/or investigating and prosecuting these trafficking cases, and propose a program to systematically address those barriers.
    • Close Date: April 6, 2023
  • OVC FY 2023 Emergency and Transitional Pet Shelter and Housing Assistance Grant

    • Source: Office for Victims of Crime 
    • With this solicitation, OVC seeks to provide funding for shelter and transitional housing and other assistance to victims of domestic violence and their companion animals, which under this program means pets, service animals, emotional support animals, and horses.
    • Close Date: April 10, 2023
  • OJJDP FY 2023 Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program Support 
    • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
    • With this solicitation, OJJDP seeks to provide funding for applicant organizations to support law enforcement, prosecutors, and other professionals involved in investigating and prosecuting technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation. Through this program, the successful applicant will provide a variety of services and support to OJJDP and the ICAC task force program to fight against child sexual exploitation.
    • Close Date: April 10, 2023
  • OJJDP FY 2023 Reducing Risk for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System 
    • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
    • Young people and family members with lived experience are vital resources for understanding and reaching persons involved or at risk of involvement with youth-serving systems. OJJDP asks stakeholders to join us in sustainably integrating bold, transformative youth and family partnership strategies into our daily work. OJJDP believes in achieving positive outcomes for youth, families, and communities through meaningful engagement and active partnerships, ensuring they play a central role in collaboratively developing solutions.
    • Close Date: April 10, 2023
  • OJJDP FY 2023 Missing and Exploited Children Training and Technical Assistance Program 
    • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
    • With this solicitation, OJJDP seeks applications for funding to improve and expand the development and implementation of training and technical assistance on effective responses to missing and exploited children’s issues for multidisciplinary teams of prosecutors, state and local law enforcement, child protection personnel, medical providers, and other child-serving professionals. Additionally, this program will provide support for the implementation of all National Missing Children’s Day activities.
    • Close Date: April 13, 2023
  • OVC FY 2023 Peer-to-Peer Support for Survivors of Crime
    • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
    • With this solicitation, OVC seeks proposals to support a pass-through funding model in which a trauma-informed, survivor-connected technical assistance (TA) provider will provide TA, training, and subgrant funding and financial oversight for at least 10 subgrant sites. The sites will be identified through a request for proposals issued by the TA provider selected under this solicitation and funded at $50,000–$100,000 each. The selected TA provider will assist and support communities across the country by establishing peer-to-peer support for crime survivors and provide capacity-building technical assistance for subgrantees.
    • Close Date: April 18, 2023
  • NIJ FY23 W.E.B. Du Bois Program of Research on Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Justice System
    • Source: National Institute of Justice
    • With this solicitation, NIJ seeks applications for funding for investigator-initiated research examining how observed racial and ethnic disparities in the justice system might be reduced through public policy interventions at any point during the administration of justice from two categories of researchers: W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars & Fellows 
    • Close Date: April 24, 2023
  • OJJDP FY 2023 Community-Based Alternatives to Youth Incarceration
    • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
    • The initiative will support jurisdictions to close youth detention and correctional facilities, assess and respond to the impact of closures on facility staff and the surrounding communities, and reinvest state and local resources to support more effective community-based services and supports for justice-involved youth and their families. It will support the development and implementation of innovative strategies for closing youth detention and correctional facilities and reinvesting cost savings in community-based solutions that promote positive outcomes for youth, increase public safety, and strengthen neighborhoods. 
    • Close Date: April 25, 2023
  • OVW Fiscal Year 2023 Grants to Indian Tribal Governments Program – Solicitation 
    • Source: Office on Violence Against Women
    • This program is authorized by 34 U.S.C. 10452. The Grants to Indian Tribal Governments Program (referred to as the Tribal Governments Program) was authorized to assist tribal governments and authorized designees of tribal governments to respond to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, and stalking in their communities.
    • Close Date: April 25, 2023
  • NIJ FY23 Research and Evaluation of Services for Victims of Crime
    • Source: National Institute for Justice
    •  In collaboration with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), NIJ seeks applications for rigorous research and evaluation projects in three topical areas: 1) evaluation of programs that provide services for victims of crime; 2) research on supporting victims of community violence; and 3) financial costs of crime victimization. Applicants must submit proposals that address one of the three topic areas.
    • Close Date: April 27, 2023
  • Human Trafficking Youth Prevention Education (HTYPE) Demonstration Program
    • Source: Administration for Children and Families
    • The Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is announcing funds for the Human Trafficking Youth Prevention Education (HTYPE) Demonstration Program.  The goal of the HTYPE Demonstration Program is to fund local educational agencies (LEA) to develop and implement programs to prevent human trafficking victimization through the provision of skills-based human trafficking training and education for school staff and students as specified in the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act of 2018. 
    • Close Date: April 27, 2023
  • NIJ FY23 Research and Evaluation on Trafficking in Persons Victims of Human Trafficking in Native Communities Demonstration (VHT-NC) Program
    • Source: National Institute of Justice
    • In collaboration with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), NIJ seeks to build upon its research and evaluation efforts to better understand, prevent, and respond to trafficking in persons in the United States. Applicants should propose research and evaluation projects that — first and foremost — have clear implications for criminal justice policy and practice in the United States. NIJ seeks proposals for research and evaluation projects addressing the following topical areas: 1) research and evaluation on human trafficking victim assistance and service provision, 2) research on forced criminality, and 3) human trafficking prevalence estimation. Applications proposing projects other than in these three areas will not be considered. 
    • Close Date: May 2, 2023
  • Victims of Human Trafficking in Native Communities Demonstration (VHT-NC) Program
    • Source: Administration for Children and Families
    • Description: The VHT-NC Demonstration Program’s goal is to directly fund organizations that will build, expand, and sustain organizational and community capacity to deliver services to Native American adults and minors who have experienced a severe form of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended, through the provision of direct services, assistance, and referrals.  Under the VHT-NC Demonstration Program the following activities are required: 1) provision of comprehensive, culturally and linguistically responsive, case management to Native Americans who have experienced sex and labor trafficking; 2) increase identification of Native Americans who have experienced sex and labor trafficking through outreach; and 3) training to service providers and community partners.
    • Close Date: June 30, 2023

Ongoing Opportunities:

  • The Human Services Program (Orange County & Los Angeles)
    • Source: The Marisla Foundation
    • The Human Services Program addresses the needs of women in crisis, primarily focusing on their physical, emotional, and mental health, and financial well-being. Grants support activities and integrated approaches to stable housing, treating addiction, empowering adult and child domestic violence survivors, and vocational training. The geographic limitation is Orange County and Los Angeles, California.
    • Close Date: Ongoing
  • Grants to USA Nonprofits for Projects and Programs to Benefit Children and Families: When Georgia Smiled Grant
    • Source: The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation
    • Grants to USA nonprofit organizations for projects and programs to benefit children and families. Funding is intended for activities that address domestic violence, including assault and human trafficking, and organizations that benefit children, especially in the foster care system. The Foundation seeks to support organizations and programs that build awareness, offer solutions and address the needs of children and families to live healthy, safe, and joy-filled lives free of domestic violence and sexual assault.
    • Close Date: Ongoing
  • Wells Fargo Private Foundations
    • Source: Wells Fargo
    • Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services provides a full array of services to private and family foundations across the country. For these foundations, Wells Fargo serves as the sole trustee, co-trustee, or agent. To serve these foundations, we seek to help non-profit organizations identify appropriate grant resources for specific funding needs. To help you find these grants, we provide a wide range of information about these foundations through our search feature.
    • Close Date: Ongoing
  • Neo Philanthropy (Foundation Funding)
    • Source: Neo Philanthropy
    • Through 12 funds, including the Four Freedoms Fund™ and State Infrastructure Fund, NEO has designed and led large-scale collaborative grantmaking funds, connecting donors with aligned values to support work they could not fund as effectively on their own.
    • Close Date: Ongoing
  • Costco Charitable Contributions (Foundation Funding)
    • Source: Costco Charitable Contributions Foundation
    • Costco Wholesale’s primary charitable efforts specifically focus on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in the communities where we do business. Throughout the year we receive a large number of requests from nonprofit organizations striving to make a positive impact, and we are thankful to be able to provide support to a variety of organizations and causes.
    • Close Date: Ongoing
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation (Foundation Funding)
    • Source: W.K. Kellogg Foundation
    • The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society.
    • Close Date: Ongoing

Forecasted Opportunities:

  • FY 2023 Street Outreach Program
    • Source: Administration for Children & Families
    • The Street Outreach Program provides street-based services to runaway, homeless, and street youth who have been subjected to or are at risk of being subjected to sexual abuse, prostitution, sexual exploitation, and severe forms of human trafficking in persons.  These services, targeted in areas where street youth congregate, are designed to assist such youth in making healthy choices and providing them access to shelter as well as basic needs, including food, hygiene packages, and information on a range of available services. 
    • Estimated Post Date: Apr 21, 2023
  • Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Services and Outreach Program
    • Source: Department of Health and Human Services
    • The goal of the DVHT-SO Program is to fund organizations that will build, expand, and sustain organizational and local capacity to deliver services to domestic victims of severe forms of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended through victim outreach, identification, case management, direct services, assistance, and referrals. Under the DVHT-SO Program, the following activities are required: 1) comprehensive case management and services to adults and children who have experienced human trafficking; and 2) outreach to increase identification of adults and children who have experienced sex and labor trafficking. 
    • Estimated Post Date: Apr 21, 2023
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