The Resource Library includes fact sheets, promising practices, tools, templates, and training materials developed by subject-matter experts with direct experience working with survivors. Resource topics address current trends and challenges in the field.
Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers: Process Guidance
This process guidance document was developed by RTI through FNUSA’s Standards of Care for Anti- Human Trafficking Service Providers Project. It provides a transparent, systematic, evidence-based process to achieve consensus and develop standards of care for anti-human trafficking service providers.
Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers: Literature Review
This literature review report was developed by RTI through FNUSA’s Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers Project. It provides an analysis of the existing literature on Standards of Care in the anti-trafficking field.
Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers: Criteria for Development
This criteria document was developed by RTI through FNUSA’s Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers Project. It establishes a four-part criterion for creating and developing standards of care under this project.
Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers: Criteria Checklist
This checklist document was developed by RTI through FNUSA’s Standards of Care for Anti-Human Trafficking Service Providers Project. It provides a concise form to ensure that all the components of the criteria for developing a standard of care have been met.
Housing Navigators: An Innovative Strategy to Improving Housing Access for Trafficking Survivors
Housing Navigators are one strategy for assisting survivors of trafficking who face unique housing barriers. This resource will provide an overview of the Housing Navigator position, explain the specific responsibilities of the position, and how those duties can be implemented within anti-trafficking housing programs.
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 Male-Identifying Survivors of Human Trafficking
Male survivors of human trafficking experience unique barriers when seeking shelter and housing assistance. This document provides foundational guidance on the challenges that male survivors face, along with strategies to increase the availability of services and support.
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.