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Trauma-Informed Policies & Procedures for Housing Programs
This webinar provided an overview of best practices when creating trauma-informed policies and procedures for housing programs. Attendees learned how to incorporate a trauma-informed lens into their documentation, such as intake forms and screening tools.
The Intersection of Substance Use and Housing
This fact sheet provides an in-depth overview of the intersection of substance use and housing. It details how providers can support survivors who may be actively using substances through trauma-informed and voluntary services. The fact sheet also provides tips for supporting survivor well-being and recovery.
Supporting the Education and Employment Needs of Survivors with Criminal Records Factsheet
This factsheet, created by Freedom Network USA and Futures Without Violence, explains the barriers that trafficking survivors who have criminal records face and what advocates can do to support them with their education and employment needs.
Collaboration Toolkit for Anti-Trafficking and Housing Programs
This toolkit was created to address the need for collaboration across programs and communities for anti-trafficking and housing programs. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide information on the most meaningful ways to collaborate, form partnerships, and maintain survivor confidentiality. Additionally, this toolkit contains supplemental resources and a sample Memorandum of Understanding to assist with collaboration building.
Non-Discrimination Practices in Housing Programs
This webinar provided an overview of how housing programs and service providers can successfully employ non-discrimination practices. The presenters shared best practices for how to uphold survivor rights in different types of housing (Ex: shelters, transitional housing, scattered-site housing, residential). Presenters also discussed the protected classes covered under federal civil rights laws, including race, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, and physical or mental disability.
2022 Member Report
Our Member Report showcases the diverse expertise of members. It offers a snapshot of who is experiencing human trafficking, what services they are receiving, and the challenges they still face.
Housing Concepts for Anti-Trafficking Programs: Coordinated Entry
This fact sheet gives housing providers practical tips about Coordinated Entry (CE) systems, and how to use them. This fact sheet also defines what Coordinated Entry is and is not, and provides resources for providers who are looking to learn more on this topic.
Language Access in Housing Services
This webinar covered the process of creating and implementing a successful language access plan for organizations. Presenters discussed the importance of cultural humility when serving survivors who identify as limited English proficient and deaf or hard of hearing.
Emergency Housing Vouchers and Immigration Status Requirements
This webinar was built upon information shared in our previous webinar on the Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) program. This webinar focused on the eligibility requirements for immigrant survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence. The presenter also discussed how mixed-status families can utilize the EHV program.
Addressing the Intersection of Substance Use and Housing: Parents and Guardians
This webinar is part two of the Intersection of Substance Use and Housing training recorded on April 1, 2021. The webinar built on the previous training while focusing on serving survivors who identify as parents or guardians. The presenters discussed best practices in serving parent survivors while maintaining a trauma-informed, person-centered, and voluntary services housing model.