Much of the work that we do to forge pathways to freedom for victims and those at risk of human trafficking is with the help of our grantees. We coordinate and oversee the management of anti-trafficking grant programming on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
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Funding Opportunity Announcements
OTIP provides funding opportunities through grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts. The funded programs strengthen prevention, assist with victim identification, and provide services to survivors of human trafficking.
Federal funding opportunities are announced on www.Grants.gov and the State Department provides an annual report of federally-funded anti-trafficking programs.
- From Research to Practice: Using Knowledge to Accelerate Progress in the Elimination of Child Labor and Forced Labor: The Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs intends to award, through a competitive process, one cooperative agreement to carry out actions to accelerate the use of rigorous research by policymakers and practitioners in efforts to eliminate child labor and forced labor around the world.
We currently fund grantees who manage the National Human Trafficking Hotline (NHTH), the Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Program (DVHT), the Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP), and the Look Beneath the Surface (LBS) Regional Program.
For more information about a particular program, please visit their website or contact the program directly.
Past grant information is available from Grants.gov.
Search for "trafficking" or “victim assistance” to find records for past grants.
You can filter results by Opportunity Status (forecasted, posted, closed, or archived) and Agency. OTIP grants are listed under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.