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.
Working with Homeless Shelters to House Survivors of Human Trafficking
This webinar explores homeless shelters as a potential housing resource for survivors of trafficking. Panelists shared information on identifying when a referral may be good fit for a survivor and shared best practices for training and collaboration with homeless shelters.
Technical Assistance Session: Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs
This Technical Assistance Session is a follow-up to the the webinar on Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs. Expert panelists respond to questions on best practices for safety planning, funding, eligibility and effective collaboration. Due to technical difficulties, the first 15 minutes of the call were not recorded.
Effective Collaboration Between Anti-Trafficking & Domestic Violence Programs
This webinar explores domestic violence (DV) shelters as a potential housing resource for survivors of trafficking. Panelists share best practices for assessing if a DV shelter is the right fit for a trafficking survivor and share ideas on creating effective partnerships with local DV programs.
A Guide for Anti-Trafficking Programs Working with Domestic Violence Shelters
Domestic violence (DV) shelters are often utilized as emergency housing for survivors of trafficking. This guide provides anti-trafficking programs guidelines on assessing if a DV shelter is a good fit for a trafficking survivor and ideas for creating effective collaborations with DV programs.
Technical Assistance Session: Working with Continuums of Care
This Technical Assistance Session is a follow-up to the Webinar on Working with Continuums of Care (CoC). This session will answer your questions on CoCs and dive deeper into how anti-trafficking organizations can collaborate effectively with their local CoCs.
Human Trafficking, A Conversation with Freedom Network USA
In observance of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Freedom Network USA 's work was highlighted on the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence's Podcast.
What Should You Do If You See Someone You Think May Be Trafficked?
Learn more about how you can support someone you think may be a victim or survivor of trafficking. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Why Decriminalize Sex Work?
Trafficking happens in a wide range of low-wage industries, including sex work. In most places around the world, engaging in sex work can get you arrested. This actually makes it harder for sex workers and survivors of trafficking to seek help when they need it. Learn more about why it’s important to decriminalize sex work and keep people out of the criminal justice system. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
What Can You Do?
Trafficking in persons is a global problem, and it can feel overwhelming. But there’s a lot you can do to help. Learn more about how we can all come together to support survivors and end trafficking.This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.
Our goal is to end trafficking, and to prevent it from happening in the first place. We also want to help survivors reclaim their voices and their lives. Learn more about the solutions we need that will put an end to trafficking. This video is a part of New York Anti Trafficking Network's #TalkTraffic series.