USCRI Releases Safety Planning Toolkit

March 11, 2021

The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) Visit disclaimer page , in partnership with Heartland Human Care Services (HHCS) Visit disclaimer page , has released a toolkit for service providers in the United States and U.S. territories who are committed to working with foreign national youth survivors of human trafficking.

The toolkit, Safety Planning with Foreign National Children and Youth Survivors of Trafficking Visit disclaimer page , uses notes, tips, activities, and checklists to provide practical strategies for TVAP providers engaged in safety planning with youth survivors of human trafficking.

The toolkit gives special consideration to safety planning with foreign national youth by recognizing the intersectional identities they hold and the physical and emotional risks to their safety that exist due to their various lived experiences of trauma.

The toolkit includes sections on safety considerations for foreign national children and youth, approaches to safety planning, age-appropriate safety planning, and other issues in safety, as well as tools and resources.

Download the toolkit. Visit disclaimer page