NCFY Voices: Serving Trafficked Youth

The Family and Youth Services Bureau's (FYSB's) Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Program works to build, expand, and sustain organizational and community capacity to deliver trauma-informed, culturally relevant services for young victims of human trafficking.

This year, Tumbleweed Runaway Program, Inc. in Montana, Multnomah County in Oregon, and Youth Works in North Dakota kicked off their two-year grants to expand services that help victims of severe forms of human trafficking.

Listen as they discuss some of the challenges they face while serving trafficked youth and how the grant will help.

More on Serving Trafficked Youth:

"Bought & Sold: Recognizing and Assisting Youth Victims of Domestic Sex Trafficking"

"NCFY Reads: ‘Sex Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma-Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals’"

"Federal Guidance Helps Agencies Support Young Trafficking Survivors"

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