Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2011, $369,086)
The purpose of this award, one of several projects funded under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Grant Program, is to allow The Salvation Army in Central Ohio to provide timely and high-quality comprehensive services for all victims of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended, and to enhance interagency coordination in the provision of services to trafficking victims over a two year project period. The Salvation Army in Central Ohio will leverage all local, state, and federal resources to ensure the provision of trauma-informed, culturally competent services to male and female victims of sex trafficking and labor trafficking identified or living in 14 counties in Central Ohio, including Franklin, Logan, Champaign, Madison, Union, Marion, Delaware, Pickaway, Ross, Morrow, Richland, Knox, Licking and Fairfield. In addition, the grantee will provide training to service providers and allied professionals within the target community to improve community collaboration and increase awareness of the needs and rights of trafficking victims and survivors. ca/ncf
- IRC in Oakland Serving Victims of Human Trafficking, Purpose Area 2
- Establish a new program to help victims with transitional housing for them and their pets and support animals.
- Field-Generated Innovations: Increasing Options and Expanding Access for Human Trafficking Victims in Healthcare Advocacy