DOJ Accepting Applications for Funding to Prevent or End Homelessness Among Victims of Human Trafficking

April 5, 2024
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The Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime is accepting applications for the Anti-Trafficking Housing Assistance Program.

The program aims to develop, expand, and/or strengthen funded organizations so they can provide housing and support services to victims of human trafficking, who have a high risk of homelessness.

Specifically, the funding is intended to support:

  • Organizations that have experience providing housing services but that limited or no experience serving victims of human trafficking
  • Anti-trafficking organizations that have limited or no experience providing housing services to victims of human trafficking
  • Organizations that have no experience receiving direct federal funding to serve victims of human trafficking

The funding is also intended to support organizations with a history of providing human trafficking victims with housing assistance and support services or that have a formal partnership with a victim service provider with demonstrated experience. 

Applications are due May 6.

Read the full announcement.


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