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Re-Centering Sex Worker Safety in Anti-Trafficking Work: Perspectives from the Field.
Freedom Network USA (FNUSA) and the National Survivor Network (NSN) have developed the following guidelines to help anti-trafficking organizations work more collaboratively with sex worker safety advocates, some of whom experienced human trafficking, and to reduce harm that anti-trafficking efforts cause to those in the sex trades.
Levels: Advanced Intermediate Introductory
Material Types: Promising Practices Reports Tools
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking Sex Trafficking
Keywords: Awareness Case Management Foreign Nationals Legal Services Policy Program Management Promising Practices Public Health Safety Planning Sex Work Trauma Informed
Housing Concepts for Anti-Trafficking Programs: Coordinated Entry
This fact sheet gives housing providers practical tips about Coordinated Entry (CE) systems, and how to use them. This fact sheet also defines what Coordinated Entry is and is not, and provides resources for providers who are looking to learn more on this topic.
Youth Systems Infographic – Printable 2 Page Version
This 2 page, printable infographic provides a visual representation of the pathways of services and housing options that youth survivors of human trafficking may have access to. This resource is intended for service and housing providers who work with youth and youth survivors of trafficking.
Housing Survivors of Human Trafficking During COVID-19
Although housing has always been an essential need for survivors of trafficking, communities throughout the United States are experiencing new challenges with the spread of COVID-19. This fact sheet discusses the challenges and potential solutions for housing survivors of trafficking during the pandemic.
Peer Support Call: Housing Undocumented Survivors of Trafficking During COVID-19
As we navigate the stress and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that anti-trafficking programs may have questions or need support navigating shelter and housing systems. The FNTI Housing Project hosted a peer support call and discussed current challenges and strategies for meeting the housing needs of undocumented survivors during this difficult time.
Survivor Reentry Project’s Social Services Screening Protocol
This guide provides service providers with tips on assessing eligibility for criminal record relief for survivors of human trafficking.
Housing Assessment Tool
This Housing Assessment tool can be used by service providers to assess the housing needs of survivors. It can be adapted to fit the organization’s needs or be used in addition to the intake and discharge process.
Standards of Care for the U.S. Anti-Trafficking Field
This white paper explores establishing Standards of Care for the anti-trafficking field in the United States. The author discusses the need to establish basic guidelines to ensure consistent service provision regardless of the geographic area in which services are accessed.
Practice Implications for Commercially Sex Trafficked Youth
Report published by Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, evaluates a youth program through the evaluation of the demographic characteristics, services provided, an assessment of impact and provides recommendations for future program services.