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1 1 A Collaborative Response to Human Trafficking

2 2010 Coalition receives OVC funding to provide direct services pre-certification Coalition receives OVC funding to provide direct services post certification February 18, 2005 South Bay Coalition first met on– meeting monthly ever since September 2003 Bay Area Task Force was created in San Francisco to combat human trafficking South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking grew out of this initial effort

3 Provide comprehensive services to victims of human trafficking Raise awareness via community education efforts Provide professional training and development to service providers

4 Uphold victim- centered approach Follow inclusive principles Collaborative relationship between social service organizations and law enforcement agencies Encourage the participation of trafficking survivors in leadership positions whenever possible

5 NGO or Good Samaritan Coordinator Shelters AdultsChildren Legal Service Provider Law Enforcement

6 Coordinator Client Intake Shelters AdultsMinor Legal Service Provider

7 Who Benefits: The Victim Law Enforcement NGOs Meet Before You Need Them Meet Regularly Establish Protocols & Connections 7

8 Crisis Intervention Crisis Line Walk-In In-Person Response Basic Needs Gift Cards for food, gas, clothes Empowerment Fund for housing, medical/psychiatric needs Advocacy, Assistance, Accompaniment & Transportation Court, Social Services, PD, attorney, housing, legal (TRO), etc. Case Support intake/assessment, safety planning, goal setting, peer counseling, therapy connection Resource & Referrals as needed Advocate

9 Case Management Connect to benefits: TANF, VW, Etc. Transportation Accompaniment Criminal Justice Advocacy Resources & Referrals Safety Planning Peer Counseling/ Moral Support Basic Needs: Shelter, food, clothes Advocate/Case Manager

10 Current Client of DV/SA Agency or WALK-IN To DV/SA Agency Advocate In- Person Response to PD or Scene Referral from Another Organization (i.e. National HT Hotline, Polaris, DFCS, local NGO) Call to DV/SA Organizations 24-Hour Crisis Line

11 Emergency/Crisis PhaseTransitional PhaseLong Term/Stabilization Phase

12 First Contact- National Hot Line Referral Address immediate needs Safety-HousingFood CASE MANAGEMENT PHASE I

13 Transitional Support- Case Management Transport to KGCLAC for immigration attorney Transport and advocate for benefits Identify Safe Housing Food & Other needs Community Support CASE MANAGEMENT PHASE II

14 Long Term Stability & Sustainability Receives work permit, begins job search Maintain/ Secures permanent housing Vocational Training & ESL classes CASE MANAGEMENT PHASE III

15 County Protocol Collaboration with Other Counties Using SART Protocol to Ensure Timely Advocate Response

16 How Distinguish if Trafficking: - Trafficker benefits from assault/abuse – generally monetary benefit, but can include in-kind benefits (food, drugs, pay off debt, etc.) - Not just in cases of adults – guardians or parents who take money from others who rape/sexually abuse minors - Can include gain from pornography, etc.

17 Trainings Coalition Protocol Confidentiality Working with SEM SSA Benefits Case Support Monthly brown-bag meetings Victim-Services Work Group DV/SA Advocate Manual Seasoned Advocates/Mentors

18 Trafficking Information and Referral Hotline Community Solutions 24-Hour Crisis Lines Perla Flores, Solutions to Violence Program Director (877) (crisis intervention) Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center Lynette Parker, Supervising Attorney (408) (legal questions) San Jose Police Department Human Trafficking Task Force Jennifer Dotzler, Police Officer (408)


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