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Search Results 5 matching results for "Domestic Violence"
Accessing Emergency Housing Vouchers
This webinar provided an overview of the Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) Program. Presenters covered eligibility, requirements, and how anti-trafficking programs can partner with Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) and Continuums of Care (CoCs) to ensure that survivors of trafficking have access to these vouchers.
Technical Assistance Session: Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs
This Technical Assistance Session is a follow-up to the the webinar on Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs. Expert panelists respond to questions on best practices for safety planning, funding, eligibility and effective collaboration. Due to technical difficulties, the first 15 minutes of the call were not recorded.
Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs
This webinar explores domestic violence (DV) shelters as a potential housing resource for survivors of trafficking. Panelists share best practices for assessing if a DV shelter is the right fit for a trafficking survivor and share ideas on creating effective partnerships with local DV programs.
A Guide for Anti-Trafficking Programs Working with Domestic Violence Shelters
Domestic violence (DV) shelters are often utilized as emergency housing for survivors of trafficking. This guide provides anti-trafficking programs guidelines on assessing if a DV shelter is a good fit for a trafficking survivor and ideas for creating effective collaborations with DV programs.
Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence
Human trafficking and domestic violence can co-occur on a continuum of violence, and the dynamics involved in human trafficking are frequently interwoven with those of domestic violence. This policy paper discusses the intersections of human trafficking and domestic violence and provides recommendations of serving survivors who may have experienced both.