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Labor Trafficking Considerations for Housing Providers
Labor Trafficking is often under-identified due to a lack of training and awareness. Survivors of labor trafficking may be eligible for resources such as housing, case management, immigration relief, record expungement, public benefits, and restitution through both civil and criminal courts. Throughout this document, we will briefly cover how housing programs can begin to identify and define labor trafficking, screen for labor trafficking, and incorporate practices that include labor trafficking survivors seeking housing services.