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IRC Seattle Services for Minor Victims of Labor Trafficking

Award Information

Award #
15POVC-21-GG-02834-MINO
Location
Congressional District
Status
Open
Funding First Awarded
2021
Total funding (to date)
$665,000

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2021, $665,000)

Legal Name of Applicant: The International Rescue Committee, Inc. in Seattle Proposal: Services for Minor Victims of Labor Trafficking Geographic Area focus: Western Washington focused on King County and surrounding areas Federal Funding Requested: $665,000 Population to be served: Minor victims of labor trafficking from any background, foreign national and U.S. Citizen Summary of Goals Develop dedicated trauma-informed, developmentally appropriate services for minor victims of labor trafficking in order to increase safety, self-sufficiency, and well-being for minor victims of labor trafficking in this area. Summary of Objectives Minor victims of labor trafficking receive high quality trauma-informed services that meet their individual needs. Minor victims of labor trafficking are identified and referred for services through collaboration with and training of local partners. Minor victims of labor trafficking are referred to other essential services. Data is collected and activities are assessed to ensure the program is meeting stated goals and objectives. Summary of Activities Provide developmentally appropriate and trauma-informed intensive case management and access to comprehensive services for minor victims of labor trafficking. Provide comprehensive immigration legal services to minor victims of labor trafficking. Refer and connect minor victims of labor trafficking to essential services through community partnerships and resources. Facilitate multi-disciplinary team approach to best serve minor victims of labor trafficking. Engage and conduct training activities with system-based agencies and community organizations serving vulnerable youth in order to improve their knowledge of labor trafficking of minors and their ability to identify and respond to minor victims of labor trafficking. Sustain and enhance coordinated community response to minor victims of labor trafficking through ongoing partnership, connection, and referral to community services and resources. Conduct data collection, assessment, and evaluation to determine if the program is meeting stated goals and objectives. Key Deliverables/Performance Measures Number of minor victims of labor trafficking served for the first time Total number of minor victims of labor trafficking served Number and type of services provided to minor victims of labor trafficking Number of collaborative partners providing services to minor victims of labor trafficking Number of trainings conducted Number of participants attending trainings Required reports completed

Date Created: November 2, 2021