A team of fellows—survivor leaders and ally professionals—developed recommendations on how to improve service provision to survivors of human trafficking who are struggling with co-occurring disorders. The HTLA fellowship is funded by the Office on Trafficking in Persons and the Office
The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Program (ATIP) “identifies and serves victims of human trafficking, assisting foreign trafficking victims in the United States to become eligible for public benefits and services to the same extent as refugees."
Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Initiative, supported by the DOJ Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), seeks to train law enforcement to identify and rescue trafficking victims and has convened 42 task forces to increase local, state, and federal, and NGO collaboration.
International Labor Affairs Bureau (ILAB): Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking focuses on research, policy engagement and technical cooperation to advance the elimination of international child labor, forced labor and human trafficking.
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP) “pursues policies, partnerships, and practices that uphold the ‘3P’ paradigm of prosecuting traffickers, protecting victims, and preventing trafficking,” with an emphasis on international governments’ progress.
The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC) delivers training and technical assistance (T/TA) to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking. By applying a public health approach, NHTTAC holistically builds the capacity of communities