Human trafficking victims experience a unique and complex set of needs to help restore their lives. Specialized services to victims of human trafficking, including labor trafficking as well as sex trafficking, and providing services for domestic victims as well as those who have been trafficked into the US from distant places, requires assistance and services that currently may not exist. This session will explain the process of seeking grant funding to develop assistance and services for victims of human trafficking. While the federal grant application process may seem overwhelming, this session divides the steps into manageable actions, offering insight and answering participant questions. Based on the process to apply for Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) human trafficking grants and funding, attendees can expect to learn about funding opportunities from OVC, grant proposal writing tips, and strategies for meeting the federal match requirement.