Trafficking Victims Assitance Program

Organization: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

The Trafficking Victims Assistance Program (TVAP) provides comprehensive and strength-based services for children and adult survivors of human trafficking so they can heal, get the justice they deserve and have safe and empowered lives.
- Any victim of human trafficking including women, men, children, foreign nationals or U.S. citizens
- Qualifying family members

- Assistance with basic needs: food, clothing, housing and transportation
- Assistance in finding emergency, transitional and long-term housing
- Support services including: Safety planning, Mentorship program, Monthly women’s support group, Informational workshops on employment readiness, immigration policies, access to housing assistance, etc.
- Culturally and linguistically sensitive services
- Referrals to legal services, medical, mental health, and dental care, and vocational and educational programs
- Advocacy to help navigate the public benefits system
- Family reunification (If eligible)
- Employment services and connections with potential employers
Application: If you answer yes to any of these questions, please give us a call Has anyone forced or pressured you to touch them or someone else sexually in exchange for safety, money or something of value? Have you ever worked (or did other activities) without getting the payment you thought you would get or were promised? Did anyone where you worked (or did other activities) threaten you or someone you care about?
(202) 481-1414 (Intake Line)