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Contact Information: Helpline: Contact Information: Dr. George Belitsos, Board Chair : gbelitsos55 gmail. Contact information: Alyse Hardin : alysee famres. Mobile advocacy available in the following counties: Clinton, Jackson, Louisa, Muscatine, and Scott, but will consider referrals from anywhere in eastern Iowa.
BoxCedar Rapids, Iowa Statewide referrals accepted. Programs include:. As of JuneFreedom House also serves young women who are survivors of labor trafficking. This long-term restoration home has 4 beds and is d by the Iowa Department of Human Services for service to minors is located in the Pella area.
Their services include: an initial call, filling out our referral packet, their committee approving the participant, and a face-to-face meeting with required documents and atures. Freedom House provides opportunities for medical care, counseling, life skills, education, and healing.
They are staffed with house moms hour shifts and a social worker. They are not a crisis center. Service Description: Friends of the Family provides services as the victim needs them trauma-informed that could include housing, counseling, medical and court advocacy while collaborating with community partners; training and public awareness around trafficking issues and safety and well-being of victims.
The agency opened a location in Postville Iowa in December The agency also provides mobile advocacy and goes to where the victims are located — primarily serving victims in the following counties: Allamakee, Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, Howard, Jones, Linn, and Winneshiek. This faith-based c 3 nonprofit program provides safe housing, restorative services, and transitional living for four sexually exploited women and their children up to age 4. The newly remodeled facility has the potential to expand to serve up to eight women.
Service Description: Staff are human trafficking and trauma-informed trained and provide crisis intervention, counseling, emergency beds and transitional living for up to a maximum of 24 months. IHYC operates 9 emergency beds for non-system street and homeless youth ages 16 to Eligible clients are victims of crime including human trafficking survivors. In addition, YSS provides two emergency shelters located in Mason City and Ames trauma informed and will accept adolescent sex trafficking victims ages 12 to Service Description: The agency provides services as the victim needs them trauma- informed that could include housing, counseling, medical and court advocacy while collaborating with law enforcement and other community agencies; training and public awareness around trafficking issues; and safety and well-being of victims.
Service Description: Safe at Home provides a substitute legal address that survivors can use in place of their actual, physical address. Program participants are also able to vote via absentee ballot without disclosing their physical address in the statewide voter registration system. It is open to Iowa residents. Set Free Dubuque exists to proclaim freedom for survivors by educating the community, advocating for survivors, and eliminating the demand for modern day slavery. Set Free provides one-on-one services to individuals who are or were victims of human trafficking or their loved ones. They work closely with law enforcement and local therapists to ensure that their efforts are effective.
Set Free also offers training and speaking engagements. Practical assistance such as finding temporary shelters, seeking medical assistance, clothing, meals, and limited transportation are some of the ways Set Free assists people. Set Free does not itself provide shelter or longer-term restorative residential services, but does make referrals.
They have an online referral application process on their website. Wings of Refuge is in the process of remodeling a second restoration facility that will serve as a transitional living center. This new transitional living facility will have five apartments for five female survivors.
To volunteer, please info wingsofrefuge. Website: www. Identifies vulnerable youth through mobile street outreach, referral and self-disclosure and assists and ensures that young victims are safe and diverted from further exploitation. Transitional living program duration is up to 24 months. Provides comprehensive services to victims of sex and labor trafficking.
Trauma-informed services include housing, counseling, medical and court advocacy, and resources and referrals. Advocates are mobile and meet survivors where they are.
Training and public awareness are also offered. Contact Information: Crisis line: 1. Provides legal and medical advocacy; crisis counseling; groups and classes; safety planning; housing and economic advocacy; and shelter. Trauma-informed services include relocation; safety planning; shelter; counseling; medical, legal, and general advocacy; resources and referrals; crisis intervention, and support groups. Provides transitional housing for survivors of sex trafficking. Services for participants in the housing program include sliding scale rent; assistance with daily living expenses; and survivor advocacy, including referrals, assistance obtaining further education and employment, medical care, childcare, and legal services.
Also provides survivor-led support group to survivors of sex or labor trafficking. These agencies also serve victims of labor trafficking, and are good resources for information and training on labor trafficking. The US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants is now federally funded for service to trafficking survivors. The last resource is an attorney serving Chinese survivors of sex and labor trafficking. The firm is recognized for its immigration services.
Contact Information: Phone: : jon causeyyelawgroup. Trafficking and domestic violence impact all communities and are a serious problem. However, each community is unique and has different barriers. The staff at LUNA are knowledgeable on the barriers that Latinx survivors face, including legal status, language, and lack of resources.
LUNA works alongside the survivor to educate them on the various systems legal, court, law enforcement, etc and empower them to make their own decisions about their healing process using a client centered and trauma informed approach. The organization seeks to build healthy communities through transformative justice and social change. Major federal grant funding provides an attorney and direct service case manager to immigrants and refugees who have been sex or labor trafficked.
Julissa Ponce, Case Manager Phone: ext. There are 12 comprehensive domestic abuse service agencies that primarily serve victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault. These 12 programs also assist victims of human trafficking. The following link provides a detailed description of each agency, which counties they serve, and their websites: www. One of the best defenses against human trafficking and slavery is education.
Many people who are enslaved are tricked into it. Violence comes only after trickery has given the traffickers or slaveholder control. This is an ancient method for enslaving people. Four hundred years ago, slavers on the West African coast offered free food and a free trip to a fabulous paradise to the local people. The reality, once on board the slave ship, was brutality and enslavement.
The con men of trafficking and slavery know exactly how to lure the vulnerable into slavery. But against this deception a little education goes a long way. Contact the program closest to your community for speakers. The Iowa Truckers Against Trafficking have become a model for the rest of the country. For more information about their work, go to their website at truckersagainsttrafficking.
Contact Information: Phone: Website: www. The NAHT does not receive state funding and operates on private donations. You can subscribe to receive a twice-monthly blog post by going to the contact tab on the website.
To end human trafficking in all its forms through:. Anti-trafficking advertisements on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are utilized to increase awareness of this issue. Information about educational events is provided as well. However, single parents must work twice as hard to keep their households running, which can make internet safety a difficult priority to keep while juggling other parental duties.
This is a guide to help single parents. TAHT now has downloadable resources at www. YSS continues to provide awareness programming to community groups and law enforcement at conferences. The education program empowers youth to value themselves and others from trafficking and social media dangers.
They also empower adults to protect youth in these same areas. A21 A21 is an international anti-trafficking non-profit organization of modern day abolitionists. Their mission is to free slaves and disrupt the demand. The April issue focuses on Trafficking in Minors, and is s. The authors are from across the world. The 10 articles in this latest issue are from around the globe. The journal is published quarterly, and the September issue will focus on Anti-Trafficking Education.
The course is self-paced and online. Once you complete the course and take a test you will receive a training certificate.
This course will show you new ways to identify financial footprints of modern slavery through transactions analysis, red flags, and key indicators. Their goal is awareness and education. There are no income requirements to qualify for legal services. The fellowship serves adult and minor victims, citizens and non-citizens statewide. Fairtrade International believes that trade can be a fundamental driver of poverty reduction and greater sustainable development, but only if it is managed for that purpose, with greater equity and transparency than is currently the norm.
They believe that people can overcome disadvantage and marginalization if they are empowered to take more control over their work and their lives, if they are better organized, resourced and supported, and can secure access to mainstream markets under fair trading conditions.
The organization identifies and invests in the most effective frontline efforts to eradicate modern slavery in the countries and sectors where it is most prevalent. Partnering with visionary investors, governments, anti-slavery organisations and those at risk of exploitation, The Freedom Fund tackles the systems that allow slavery to persist and thrive.
Working together, they protect vulnerable populations, liberate and reintegrate those enslaved and prosecute those responsible. Members are asked to commit to working with other providers to create a strong and unified voice that is informed by survivors that they serve in order to influence federal and state policy and provide training and technical assistance.
They mobilize by engaging the public stakeholders in many different countries. They equip millions of supporters with awareness, education, and ways to take action that drives real change. They have a team of over 25 employees across seven locations and the Slavery Index is one of 7 major global initiatives. The Global Index is developed by the Walk Free team. This tool kit is deed to help businesses and investors take action to improve human rights standards in their supply chains and combat forced labor, human trafficking, and other forms of modern slavery.
This is an excellent resource. You may the network if you are a survivor or a professional healthcare worker. There is no fee for becoming a member. They have an excellent e-newsletter and training. Their mission is to globalize a shift in anti-trafficking services toward approaches rooted in public health and trauma-informed care.
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