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.
Continuums of Care
A Continuum of Care (CoC) is designed to coordinate and promote a local response to homelessness, including shelters and housing programs. Anti-trafficking organizations can benefit from collaboration with CoCs through new housing options for survivors and an expanded referral network. This fact sheet provides an introduction of what a CoC is and how anti-trafficking organizations can collaborate with their local CoC.
The Rights-Based Approach In Housing for Survivors of Human Trafficking
Safe and stable housing is a basic human right. Implementing a rights-based model in services for survivors of trafficking promotes a survivor-centered and trauma-informed approach. This fact sheet explains the right-based approach in housing, the practice and impact.
FNTI Housing TTA Project Flyer
The FNTI Housing Project provides training and technical assistance on access to housing to service providers working with survivors of human trafficking.
Human Trafficking Survivor Leadership in the United States
This white paper explores human trafficking survivor leadership development in the United States. The author discusses existing programs, identifies gaps, and makes recommendations to improve access and impact for survivor leaders.
Working with Continuums of Care
A Continuum of Care (CoC) is designed to coordinate and promote a local response to homelessness, including shelters and housing programs. Anti-trafficking organizations can benefit from collaboration with CoCs through new housing options for survivors and an expanded referral network. This webinar explores opportunities available to survivors and anti-trafficking programs, discusses potential challenges, and identifies strategic solutions in developing relationships and advocating for housing needs of survivors.
Help! Survivor Consultant Tax Planning
The second of the Survivor Consultant and Tax Webinar series. Independent consultants have the additional burden of withholding their own taxes. This webinar provides an introduction to tax planning for consultants. Topics include how to plan for your tax liability, what to do with IRS notifications and tricks for filing. This webinar is intended to provide an overview of information. Tax advice should be given on an individual basis based on that person's individual circumstances.
So You Want to be a Consultant?
The first of the Survivor Consultant and Tax Webinar series. This webinar provides the nuts and bolts for starting a consulting business in the anti-trafficking/ anti-slavery field. The webinar covers topics such as developing your area of expertise, business best practices, setting a consulting fee, what to include in a contract, and some hazards to avoid. This webinar is geared towards people newer to consulting, but there are lessons even for experienced consultants.
Understanding Housing Needs and Opportunities for Survivors of Human Trafficking
This webinar discusses the importance of assessing the ongoing housing needs of survivors of human trafficking and provides a high level understanding of the current housing landscape for emergency, transitional, and long-term housing. Service providers will learn potential guidelines for including housing assessments in service provision.
Referrals and Consents to Release Information
This fourth training of the practical 4-part training and technical assistance series on trauma-informed care for case managers and social workers working with trafficking survivors focuses on creating a trauma-informed referral process. This series is funded and supported by OVCTTAC.
Creating and Implementing a Case Plan
This third training of the practical 4-part training and technical assistance series for case managers and social workers working with trafficking survivors focusing on creating case management plans for survivors that are trauma informed. This series is funded and supported by OVCTTAC.