OTIP runs two separate grant assistance programs - one for domestic individuals, the other for foreign nationals.
Access a grantee map that covers anti-trafficking grantees from our office, the Children's Bureau, and the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime.
The Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Program (DVHT) provides comprehensive case management, direct services, and referrals to services, including:
Short and Long-term housing options
Substance abuse treatment
Mental health counseling
Job training and skills development
Financial advocacy and counseling
The DVHT program empowers organizations and communities to deliver trauma-informed, strength-based, and victim-centered services for domestic individuals who have experienced trafficking. In addition, the program encourages innovative collaboration within communities to ensure long-term outcomes.
The Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP) funds case management services for foreign national adults and minors who have experienced trafficking and are pursuing HHS certification. The grantees provide assistance through a network of providers throughout the country.
Grantees can help with case management, referrals, and emergency assistance and assist certified individuals and certain family members with federal and state benefits and services. They also help them gain access to: