Victims of Human Trafficking

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Taxonomy Code: YX-1500.9000

Individuals (including adults and children, males and females) who have been abducted, sold, recruited under fraud or pretense or otherwise brought under the control of another person, and forced, by means of threats, intimidation, violence or other forms of coercion, into unpaid or underpaid labor, servitude or prostitution, either domestically within their own country or internationally. Other forms of exploitation include provision of children for illegal adoption, provision of women as mail-order brides, and subjection of individuals of all ages to the forced removal of organs.

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CHILDRENS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESOffers mental health services to child victims ages 0-18 of domestic violence, teen dating violence, sexual assault, and commercial sexual exploitation(trafficking). Also offers parent support groups.NassauCHILDRENS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICESTHE SAFE CENTER LI
HUMAN TRAFFICKINGOffers support to meet the varied needs of exploited/trafficked individuals. Assistance available in Spanish.SuffolkHUMAN TRAFFICKINGVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
HUMAN TRAFFICKING-ADULTSProvides counseling and case management services to defendants mandated by the Human Trafficking Part of the District Court and victims of human trafficking. Additional services include trauma informed group and individual counseling, linkage to benefits assistance with immigration issues, and assistance with some civil legal issues. Referral is required. On-site child care.NassauHUMAN TRAFFICKING-ADULTSTHE SAFE CENTER LI
IMMIGRANT SERVICESRecognized agency by Board of Immigration Appeals to process, file and represent clients before the United States citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Immigration Court. Immigration attorneys and accredited representatives advocate on behalf of clients and work closely with the Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC). Cases include naturalization (citizenship) Legal permanent residency (green card), family petitions, adjustment of status, political asylum, victims of human trafficking, work authorizations, temporary protected status,(TPS), victims of criminal activity (U-Visas), deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA), Legal Orientation for custodians (LOPC: In partnership with EOIR), Family Reunification Program, religious visas, VAWA cases fir battered spouses/children/parents, waivers (1-601, 1-601A, 1-212, 237 (h, etc.)SuffolkIMMIGRANT SERVICESCATHOLIC CHARITIES
SUFFOLK COUNTY CHILD ADVOCACY CENTERProvides a safe, neutral, child-focused environment where a coordinated response to child abuse allegations may be pursued and where children may be interviewed, medically examined and evaluated psychologically. Provides families with referral services, and offers trainings on child abuse prevention for professionals, caregivers, and youth; including the NYS Mandated Reporter Training. Children ages 0-18 years old, victims of child physical and/ or sexual abuse.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY CHILD ADVOCACY CENTEREAC NETWORK
THE SAFE HOMEProvides a confidential shelter for domestic violence victims and their families, including victims of human trafficking. Shelter services include crisis intervention, individual and group counseling for adults, individual counseling for children, parenting support groups, case management, advocacy, legal intake services, recreational activities and transportation. Call for further information. Walk-ins welcome. Spanish speaking staff available.NassauTHE SAFE HOMETHE SAFE CENTER LI
TRANSITIONAL PROGRAMProvides a housing program for women and children who are victims of domestic violence and another site for single adult victims of human trafficking, and/or victims of domestic violence who were formerly incarcerated. Ongoing services are provided by the agency while women work toward obtaining a GED if necessary, higher education, vocational training, and procuring permanent employment and housing.SuffolkTRANSITIONAL PROGRAMBRIGHTER TOMORROWS

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