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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.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Webinars & Videos  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Survivor Leadership  

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.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Webinars & Videos  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Housing  
Demographics: Adults  

Strategic Litigation: Forced Labor in For-Profit Immigration Detention Facilities

Freedom Network USA partners with Human Trafficking Legal Center to explore emerging litigation against for-profit immigration detention centers. This webinar will address strategic litigation brought by detainees, placing these cases in the larger context of the anti-trafficking movement and the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Levels: Advanced  
Material Types: Webinars & Videos  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking  
Keywords: Civil Litigation   Foreign Nationals   Immigration   Legal Services  

Grant Management Toolkit: Building Sustainable Anti-Trafficking Programs

A toolkit created by the Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) though the Department of Health and Human Services provides a step-by-step guide on obtaining funding, implementing a program and examining the long-term success of a program.
Levels: Advanced  
Material Types: Tools  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Program Management  
Demographics: Adults   Foreign National   US Citizen/Legal Permanent Resident   Youth  

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations

A toolkit created by the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center shares trauma-informed resources and survivor-informed practices to support and collaborate with survivors of human trafficking as professionals.
Levels: Intermediate  
Material Types: Tools  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Program Management  

Survivor Informed Practice: Assessment Tool

This assessment tool, developed by the 2017 Human Trafficking Leadership Academy provides an ideas to enhance service provision for survivors of human trafficking using trauma-informed practices and survivor-informed principles.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Tools  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Trauma Informed  

Survivor Informed Practice

This fact sheet by the Office of Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) provides best practices to adopt a survivor centered model in service provision.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Fact Sheets  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Program Management   Trauma Informed  

Native Youth Toolkit on Human Trafficking

A toolkit created through the Office of Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) provides materials to raise awareness and prevent trafficking of Native American youth through education, safety tips, and provides ideas for community involvement.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Tools  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Program Management  
Demographics: Youth  

Services Available to Victims of Human Trafficking

Created by the Office of Trafficking in Person (OTIP), this resource guide provides information about assistance available to victims of human trafficking in the United States. It describes community and State-funded resources, including food, shelter, clothing, medical care, legal assistance, and job training.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Reports  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Program Management  

Program Instructions: Child Eligibility Letters

This fact sheet describes the process by which an individual may request eligibility for federally funded assistance for an foreign-born child who may have been subjected to human trafficking.
Levels: Introductory  
Material Types: Fact Sheets  
Types of Trafficking: Labor Trafficking   Sex Trafficking  
Keywords: Case Management   Foreign Nationals   Legal Services  
Demographics: Youth