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Screening Guidelines for Housing Programs
This document provides anti-trafficking service providers with tips on best practices for screening trafficking survivors for housing programs. This resource includes information about screening in, eligibility criteria, and warm referrals when working with housing survivors of trafficking.
Housing Intake Template
This template provides a fillable questionnaire to assist anti-trafficking service providers with completing a housing intake with a survivor. This resource includes questions about survivor health and wellbeing, safety, and housing needs.
Intake Guidelines for Anti-Trafficking Housing Programs
This intake guide gives anti-trafficking service providers information on how to best conduct a survivor intake into a housing program. This resource includes recommendations on questions to ask at intake, ways to conduct a successful intake.
Housing Older Survivors of Human Trafficking
During this webinar attendees learned the following:
- The intersection and importance of serving older human trafficking survivors in need of housing.
- Unique needs and challenges faced by older and aging survivors and ways providers may accommodate these needs.
- Best practices and standards of care when working with older survivors.
Working with Landlords While Maintaining Survivor Confidentiality
During this webinar, attendees learned the following:
- The importance of survivor confidentiality while accessing housing options.
- Examples of ways housing programs and landlords can work together to provide services and advocacy to survivors.
- Ideas for outreach planning to build a diverse landlord network.
Building Trauma-informed Practices for Anti-Trafficking Housing Programs
This toolkit aims to provide a framework that anti-human trafficking providers offering housing services can utilize to build trauma-informed, person-centered, and voluntary housing programs for trafficking survivors.
Housing Training & Technical Assistance Project Flyer
FNUSA's Housing Training and Technical Assistance Project provide ongoing training & technical assistance to support service providers in learning about housing options and best practices for serving survivors of human trafficking. FNUSA provides policy and procedures support to OVC-funded housing projects, hosts live webinars, and produces resources on topics related to the intersection of housing and human trafficking. The Housing Training & Technical Assistance team strives to prioritize racial equity across all resources and materials.
Trauma-Informed Policies & Procedures for Housing Programs
This webinar provided an overview of best practices when creating trauma-informed policies and procedures for housing programs. Attendees learned how to incorporate a trauma-informed lens into their documentation, such as intake forms and screening tools.
The Intersection of Substance Use and Housing
This fact sheet provides an in-depth overview of the intersection of substance use and housing. It details how providers can support survivors who may be actively using substances through trauma-informed and voluntary services. The fact sheet also provides tips for supporting survivor well-being and recovery.
Collaboration Toolkit for Anti-Trafficking and Housing Programs
This toolkit was created to address the need for collaboration across programs and communities for anti-trafficking and housing programs. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide information on the most meaningful ways to collaborate, form partnerships, and maintain survivor confidentiality. Additionally, this toolkit contains supplemental resources and a sample Memorandum of Understanding to assist with collaboration building.