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Services Available to Survivors of Trafficking

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Federal services are available for individuals who have experienced human trafficking. This page is intended to help case managers and advocates find programs their clients may be eligible for.

Available services vary depending on many factors — age, status, income, residence, and others. Contact the local benefit-issuing agency directly to see if your client may receive services. You can also contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline for more information.

Click on your client’s status to see what services they may be eligible for in addition to aid that is available to all individuals. A printable guide to these benefits and services is also available.

You can also access an interactive public benefits map, step-by-step public benefits charts, and guide created by the National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project

Victim Assistance

Last Reviewed: July 8, 2020

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