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  • May 6
  • February 11
    Legal Services for Crime Victims in Arizona (LSCVA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal charity founded in 2012. LSCVA’s mission is to provide free legal representation in criminal cases to victims of crime in Arizona, with priority to victims of domestic violence and sexual violence. LSCVA asserts and seeks enforcement of crime victims’ rights and provides social services to facilitate healing in the aftermath of crime.
  • August 19
    Referral services to many partners across the nation for victims of human trafficking, minors or adults, any gender. IN OUR BACKYARD also conducts trainings and works closely with law enforcement and often times is called upon to do anti-trafficking efforts surrounding major sporting events.
  • May 6
    TLC is a legal nonprofit that supports human trafficking victims and survivors by:  providing pro bono legal services, providing trauma-informed training for attorneys, and raising public awareness and educating policymakers on human trafficking issues.
  • March 27
    Arizona Crime Victim Rights Law Group (AZCVRLG) is an Arizona nonprofit corporation that provides legal services as counsel of record and access to social support services to victims of crime, including but not limited to domestic violence crime victims, white collar crime victims, victims of violent crimes, vehicular crimes, and property crimes at no cost to them. AZCVRLG believes crime victims deserve transparent and respectful communication as we balance a close working relationship with careful attention to victim service needs. Our holistic, client-centered philosophy includes always interacting with crime victims in a dignified and respectful way. 
  • March 21
    The Victim Rights Project is a joint project between Legal Action of WI and Judicare, which provides fee legal services to victims of crime. The Victim Rights Project works to ensure that a victim’s constitutional and statutory rights are not violated, and when a violation occurs, to seek remedy.
  • March 21
    The Center for Victim and Human Rights (CVHR) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 2008 with the specific purpose of providing comprehensive legal representation to victims of crime and human rights abuses, who often lack the safety and resources necessary to access available legal remedies.
  • March 21
    The role of the United States Attorney is to prosecute cases fairly and justly. If you are identified as a victim under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act, we will make our best effort to ensure you are provided the rights and services you are entitled to.
  • November 9
    LOTUS Legal Clinic serves victims of gender-based violence and human trafficking through trauma informed legal advocacy, policy initiatives, education, and survivor empowerment. For purposes of our services, gender-based violence refers to crimes of sexual exploitation and violence, which includes rape, sexual assault, sexual harm, sexual abuse and sex trafficking. LOTUS Legal Clinic serves survivors of every sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, nationality, race, religion, ability, and socioeconomic status. we speak English and Spanish.
  • May 18
    Advocates for Victims of Crime (AVOICE) is a Texas Legal Services Center statewide project providing free direct legal representation and referrals to victims of violent crime, and providing education about crime victim’s rights. AVOICE lawyers offer legal advice, safety planning, pro se assistance, and legal representation. AVOICE also assists victims with applying for crime victim compensation claims.
  • September 17
    Ayuda provides legal and social services to low-income immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    ICS provides affordable legal services to immigrant victims of serious crimes, particularly domestic violence or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    Tapestri provides advocacy, streamlined access to services and direct services to immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault, as well community outreach in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
  • September 17
    AI Justice is a nonprofit law firm that specializes in protecting and promoting immigrant rights in Florida and on a national level. Their Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking Program provides assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, violent crime, or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    The Immigration Project provides nonprofit legal services to immigrant victims of crime, such as domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in central and southern Illinois and bordering states.
  • January 7

    The CoNEHT Hotline is Colorado’s only 24-hour crisis, resource and tip line dedicated to addressing instances of human trafficking. It is staffed by volunteer advocates who complete a 40-hour hotline advocate training. If you need to speak with someone to report suspected human trafficking, please contact the Colorado Network to End Human Trafficking (CoNEHT) Hotline. 

  • January 7

    The COVA Human Trafficking program provides case management services for victims of trafficking - domestic and international victims; adults and minors; sex and labor trafficking.  Their website provides contact information for assistance.

  • November 4

    To prevent the exploitation of men, women and youth, by educating and promoting
    practical community engagement by Oregonians in order to end the tragedy of trafficking.

  • June 2
    The Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST) is a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual human rights organization that has been nationally and internationally recognized for its dedication to the identification of victims, mobilization of all sectors of the community to identify and advocate against trafficking, and provision of direct services for victims.  NCVLI is proud to honor CAST with the 2013 Victims’ Rights Partnership Award.
  • February 8
    NCVLI is working with a South Carolina attorney who represents a victim of trafficking.  The victim was severely burned at the work site where he was forced to work, and was then kidnapped from the hospital and held against his will in the home of the trafficker.  While the victim has recovered some monies through worker’s compensation, he is seeking restitution from the defendant for additional loss suffered as a result of the kidnapping.  Defendant argues that the loss is not compensable because he was only charged with harboring an illegal alien and not trafficking or kidnapping.  NCVLI is working hard to ensure that the attorney is prepared with all the legal arguments possible to secure full restitution for this victim!
  • March 14
    NCVLI, with the help of pro bono attorney Alix Wicks, recently provided legal technical assistance in a case involving a child-victim of sex trafficking to ensure that she receives the advocacy she needs.
  • April 15
    New laws go into effect in Michigan aimed at strengthening existing human trafficking laws by, among other things, increasing prison terms.
  • March 11
    ALERT helps victims of trafficking by providing: food and shelter; medical care; mental health counseling; immigration assistance; legal assistance; language interpretation; case management; and other culturally appropriate services throughout the state of Arizona. 
  • March 11
    The Safe Horizon Anti-Trafficking Program provides intensive case management to women, men, and children who have been victims of labor and sex trafficking on the East Coast. Case managers provide social and legal services, as well as referrals for other support.
  • February 14
    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents investigate a variety of federal crimes, including human trafficking.  ICE’s primary concern is victim safety and ensuring that victims of human trafficking are not victimized again. ICE can connect victims to other organizations that can provide long-term assistance and support.  An ICE Victim Assistance Coordinator can help connect victims to these resources such as housing, food and basic needs, medical needs, and legal assistance.
  • February 14
    NHTRC is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.  Call the hotline at 1-888-373-7888 to connect with local resources for trafficking victims.
  • February 4
    The Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women [MCBW] is a well-established, membership organization with over 80 member programs located throughout Minnesota with a strong history of effectively carrying out programming that advances women’s safety and security.
  • February 4
    CAST operates a toll free hotline for victims of human trafficking interested in receiving supportive services at (888) 539-2373.  Available resources through CAST include social services, such as counseling, shelter, and legal services.
  • January 31
    The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault works toward ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention and advocacy.  Their website has referrals to statewide shelter services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment, stalking, and trafficking.
  • September 13
    The Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence (NNADV) is a statewide organization that helps Nevada’s communities respond effectively to the needs of victims of domestic violence, stalking and trafficking. Their website has referrals to local shelter and support services throughout the state for victims.
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