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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
An Organizational Approach to Voluntary Services
This webinar delves deeper into the philosophies and principles of voluntary services and discusses how organizations can adopt and implement a voluntary services model organizationally. Attendees will learn from experts about the benefits and challenges of implementing a voluntary services model organizationally and how this approach can support organizations not only in service provision but also in staff retention, diversifying funding streams, and ways to create multi-level buy-in within organizations.
Voluntary Services FAQ
This FAQ addresses frequently asked questions from anti-trafficking housing providers regarding implementing a voluntary services model in shelter and housing programs.
Serving Human Trafficking Survivors with Disabilities in Housing
The webinar will delve into disability justice for survivors of human trafficking and explore how housing programs can assist survivors with disabilities in navigating housing systems, including partnering with local agencies supporting those with disabilities to provide wrap-around support.
Voluntary Services for Housing Providers
This webinar aimed to discuss the concepts of voluntary services and how they can be applied to housing programs and review policies and procedures through a voluntary services lens. Breakout groups facilitated the discussion of several different scenarios to expound on the principles of voluntary services. We welcomed all providers, regardless of their knowledge base and experience with the voluntary services model.
Culturally Responsive Housing Programs
This webinar discussed the growing need for culturally responsive housing programs in the U.S. and provided key tools for examining and developing culturally responsive and inclusive housing programs for survivors of human trafficking.
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.
Economic Advocacy in Housing Programs
In this webinar, participants learned how economic empowerment supports survivors' individual strengths and goal planning. Presenters provided practical and creative ways to offer a spectrum of voluntary economic advocacy case management services beyond budgeting classes.
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.