The Alliance has compiled
a number of resources
available for survivors,
their friends and families,
assisting survivors in
New York City.
Resource Guide: Safe Horizon : Anti-Trafficking Program (ATP)
74-09 37th Ave
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(718) 899-1233 ext. 102
English and Spanish, interpretation services provided for all other languages
DV - 800- 621-HOPE (4673)
RSA - 212- 227-3000
CV - 866- 689-HELP (4357)
Women, men and children who have been forced into involuntary servitude involving commercial sex acts and a variety of labor situations including domestic servitude, factory work, restaurant work, and peddling.
- Culturally and linguistically sensitive services
- Counseling and support groups (life skills training, safety planning)
- Shelter and housing referrals
- Assistance with meeting material needs
- Linkages to other services (medical, dental, mental health, ESL, vocational training, substance abuse)
- Facilitate access to public benefits
- Advocacy through the criminal justice system
- Assisting clients in getting immigration relief including filing for documents and visas
- Advocating for the client and protecting client rights as s/he goes through the criminal justice process
- Providing support during any legal processes including civil, criminal and immigration.
- Safe Horizon’s staff attorney also assists in training pro bono attorneys who are interested in representing clients in immigration and civil matters.
- Site visits tailored to meet the needs of individual agencies.
- Case consults to provide guidance to service providers and attorneys on individual cases.
- Distribution of Guides and Materials specifically to support service providers, including “Working with the Media” and “Safety Planning Standards.” Also available for dissemination are client-related forms, case management guidelines, and other service provision resources.
- Mentorship mentorship to service providers new to the anti-human trafficking field. The mentors have wide-ranging knowledge and expertise in working with trafficked persons and training other anti-trafficking service providers.
- Overview of human trafficking and modern-day slavery
- Providing social services to survivors of trafficking
- Specialized sessions for law enforcement
- Identifying trafficked persons
Fees for services