Building Collaborative Responses to Human Trafficking
Domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking are inter-sectional issues for many survivors. Building relationships with allies and organizations and developing collaborative strategies in the community is critical to improving services to meet the needs of trafficked survivors. The Building Collaborative Responses Project, in cooperation with the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), provides training and technical assistance to organizations seeking to work collaboratively to effectively respond to human trafficking in their communities. Our interactive training opportunities bring together professionals from survivor support agencies, immigrant rights, violence prevention, and law enforcement in order to advance best practices in preventing trafficking and ensuring self determination and wellness for survivors. See flyer with information.
- Collaboration to Increase Access to Employment Opportunities for Survivors of Human Trafficking and Domestic and Sexual Violence. This toolkit contains advocacy considerations, collaboration strategies and resources that advocacy programs can utilize to support HT survivors’ self sufficiency.
- Ten Action Steps: Building and Sustaining Collaborations to Support Trafficking Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, A Toolkit for Advocacy Programs. Strategies and tools for DV/SA/HT organizations to build or enhance multidisciplinary teams to better support survivors of human trafficking. Overview of Collaboration Action Steps
- Building Collaborative Responses with Healthcare, for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Task Forces and Multidisciplinary Teams Addressing Human Trafficking. Benefits and strategies of healthcare partnerships for DV/SA/HT task forces and coalitions.
- Community Resource Mapping Toolkit to Support the Needs of Survivors of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault
To request technical assistance, resources, or for more information on the Building Collaborative Responses Project, please contact Monica Arenas at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webinar Recordings, PowerPoints and Resources
- This webinar will review the ways that human trafficking can intersect with domestic and sexual violence, how to engrain equity and cultural responsiveness in your support of survivors, and the power of collaborative relationships to better support and serve survivors.
- This webinar highlights collaborative strategies to support survivors in the state of Vermont and West Virginia communities, led by advocacy services and anti-human trafficking collaborations.
- This webinar includes strategies and recommendations on effective collaboration with culturally specific organizations to address the intersectionality of human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Presenters share their experiences, lessons learned, and promising practices in engaging with the immigrant, LGBTQ+, tribal, farm worker, and Deaf community.
- This webinar discusses considerations, strategies, and tools for community resource mapping and building an interactive resource exchange to support survivors through collaboration.
- This webinar highlights barriers to employment and education for survivors and strategies for building strong cross-sector collaborations between advocacy service providers and workforce development programs.
- Healthcare providers are often an initial point of contact, or first line responders, for people who are sexually assaulted, in situations of domestic violence or trafficking. Webinar includes an overview of the impacts on health and needs of survivors, the role of health care providers and community health centers, as well as strategies and tools to build collaborative partnerships.
- This peer exchange webinar highlights the ways in which advocacy and legal programs are shifting their in-person and virtual approaches to meet the legal needs of trafficking survivors and collaborative strategies to provide support. See resource list shared. Resource list in Spanish.
- This webinar highlights how advocacy programs and collaborative partners are shifting their in-person and virtual approaches to meet the needs of trafficking survivors. It also includes tools and approaches to expand partnerships with health care and workforce development partners, to enhance safety and wellness for survivors, as well as resources.
- This webinar offers strategies to enhance services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, including identification process; case management, housing, collaboration strategies, and resources.
Criminal Courts and Service Providers: Building Relationships to Serve Survivors of Trafficking (2020) Co-organized with MOSAICS
- The webinar panel includes a presentation on strategies for making cross-system partnerships work, including advocacy and judicial. Please see the community resources assessment worksheet, and resource list for this webinar.
- This webinar highlights collaborative work undertaken by multi-disciplinary teams across the U.S. to support domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking survivors. This includes lessons learned from an advocacy program, a law enforcement-led program, and a statewide task force operated by the Attorney General’s Office.
- Domestic violence and sexual assault advocates play a critical role in identifying the intersection of intimate partner violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. This webinar includes promising approaches and sample tools to identify and assess the needs of survivors, in order to support and refer for services.
- This webinar describes the intersections of human trafficking with domestic violence and sexual assault (DV/SA), and the unique needs of survivors , as well as ten things that DV/SA service organizations can do to better support survivors of human trafficking. Includes tools and resources.
- Promising case management practices to support trafficked victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as tools, and resources for advocacy.
- This webinar explores how domestic violence and sexual assault agencies and human trafficking task forces can collaborate with disability rights organizations to address the unique needs of survivors of trafficking with disabilities.
- The panelists discuss several promising approaches to building effective collaborations to address trafficking in rural communities.
- This webinar shares strategies, recommendations and promising practices for effective collaboration with community based organizations and faith based communities to address human trafficking.
- This webinar provides an introductory overview of labor trafficking, explores the intersection with domestic violence and sexual assault, and identifies protections and services available to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors of labor trafficking.
- This webinar provides an overview and elements of human trafficking, risk factors, and protections available to trafficked person. It includes assignments recommendations.