Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP) Providers
TVAP supports foreign national adults and minors who have experienced human trafficking and
are pursuing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) certification—a process that
allows certified survivors access to public benefits and services under any federal program to the same extent as refugees. TVAP facilitates timely access to vital services to stabilize and reestablish survivors’ ability to live independently through needs-based financial assistance and comprehensive, trauma-informed case management services, such as:
- Safety planning
- Emergency assistance
- Basic needs
- Public benefits
- Legal Assistance
Why Partner with TVAP
As a national program with almost 200 service providers, you will be part of a network of experts who have the resources and training to support survivors of trafficking. Financial assistance includes funding to your agency for case management services in addition to direct costs for client expenses. Our TVAP team provides ongoing technical support to your staff and hosts monthly trainings on issues that matter to you and your clients.
- Review eligibility requirement with TVAP staff
- Complete Capacity Assessment
- Sign and submit MOU documents
- Receive onboarding training
- Participate in ongoing technical assistance training
Our toolkits will provide you with the tools and tips you need to provide trauma-informed case management services to foreign national children and youth survivors of trafficking.
If you would like more information about TVAP or how to become a partner,
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