Family and Youth Services Bureau hosted a discussion on the federal strategic plan with service providers of runaway and homeless youth and domestic violence survivors across the nation.
More than 20 million women, men and children around the world are victims of human trafficking.
Twelve finalists have been selected from the Reimagine: Opportunity award competition.
Minneapolis American Indian community demonstrates how we must all work together to address human trafficking.
Family Violence Prevention and Services Program supports ACF efforts to assist survivors.
Funds will be invested in a national technical working group that will strengthen the coordination of medical and health system responses to human trafficking.
Contest searches for innovative answers to address critical issues faced by human trafficking survivors on the path to recovery.
Guidance is a road map for how to identify, engage, serve and ultimately restore victims.
A Call for Freedom for Victims of Human Trafficking and the End of Modern Day Slavery
Human traffickers thrive on manipulating the hopes, dreams, and needs of children and adults into various forms of exploitation.
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