Trafficking Victim Assistance Program

The Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP) provides trauma informed care with multi-lingual, culturally competent staff who can seamlessly connect survivors to appropriate in-house transition services, including mental health counseling, medical clinics, shelters and refugee assistance.

Who We Help

  • Foreign born victims of severe trafficking and derivative family
  • Derivative family members and minor children of victims of human trafficking
  • Must complete an initial assessment with approval from USCCB

What We Can Do

  • Help with basic needs: food, clothing, financial support, housing, transportation and safety
  • Legal services to obtain legal immigration status in the US
  • Advocacy to help navigate the public benefits system
  • Education and training opportunities to plan for the future
  • Basic primary medical and dental care
  • Family reunification (If eligible)
  • Referral to partner agencies
  •  Connections with potential employers and access to on-site interviews
  • Referrals for free and low-cost job training and professional certification