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This Resource and Partner page lists several advocacy and victim/survivor services organizations in the area.  It is not a comprehensive list nor an endorsement of one organization over another. The links on this site to third party websites are provided for convenience only. The Just Ask Prevention Project does not endorse the third party organization or the information on their site and cannot attest to the accuracy of information contained on these outside sites. The information on our site should not be construed as professional or legal guidance and may sometimes be outdated; we cannot assume liability for its use. 

AYUDA

6925 B Willow St NW, Washington, DC 20012
46950 Community Plaza, Ste 213, Sterling, VA 20164

www.ayudainc.org
Anne Garcia, LICSW, Social Services Director

202-387-4848

Population Served: Domestic violence, Human trafficking, Sexual assault, Immigrant.

Services: Advocacy, Interpreter/cultural liaison, Legal/paralegal services, Court orientation, Life skills, Housing/shelter, Job training, Employment, Living stipend, Clothing, Food, Education, Transportation, Medical services, Dental services, Mental health services, Counseling/support groups, Family counseling, Information and referral, Crisis intervention/24 hr hotline, Protection/safety services, Victim/witness notification, Sexual assault services, Social service coordination, Victim compensation, Victim impact statement.

 

Courtney’s House

1600 Levis Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

www.courtneyshouse.org; info@courtneyshouse.org
Office: 202-525-1426 Hotline – only for referrals and survivors:1-888-261-3665

Population Served: Sex Trafficking. Serves Northern Virginia, DC, Maryland.

Services: Advocacy, Assessment, Interpreter, Case management, Support groups, Mentors, Information and referral, Trauma recovery counseling, Food, Clothing, Job Training, Crisis intervention/24 hour hotline, Safety services, Outreach.

 

FAIR Girls

2100 M St. NW #170-254, Washington, DC 20037-1233

http://fairgirls.org/

202-265-1505

Population Served: Human trafficking.

Services: Job training, Clothing, Education, Transportation, Mental health services, Counseling/support groups, Information and referral.

 

Multicultural Clinical Center

6563 Edsall Road, Springfield, VA 22151

www.mccva.com
Deepa Patel, Sexual Exploitation Program Director

571- 366-0086

Population Served: Child abuse, Domestic violence, Human trafficking, Mental health, Youth, Sexual assault, Immigrant, Hate crime, Poverty/homeless, Persons with a disability, Gang involved youth, Sex offenders.

Services: Advocacy, Interpreter/cultural liaison, Court orientation, Life skills, Job training, Mental health services, Counseling/support groups, Family counseling, Outreach services, Information and referral, Crisis intervention/24 hr [5] hotline, Sexual assault services, Social service coordination, Victim impact statement.

 

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

www.traffickingresourcecenter.org
nhtrc@polarisproject.org

Hotline: 1-888-3737-888

Population Served: Human trafficking.

Services: Information and referral, Crisis intervention/24 hr hotline.

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

 

Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative

michal@novahti.com

phone number (360) 771-8899

POC: Michal Conger

Population Served: The Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative serves victims of human trafficking and at-risk youth in Northern Virginia.

Services: We work in the areas of prevention, primarily in schools; victim services, including mentoring and health care; church mobilization, including church trainings and speaking events; and prayer.

 

Polaris Project

P.O. Box 65323, Washington, DC 20035

www.polarisproject.org; info@polarisproject.org
202-745-1001

Advocates for stronger federal and state laws, operates the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline , and provides services to help our clients and all victims of human trafficking. Resources on the website include: Trafficking Assessment Tools; Information for Healthcare and Educational Professionals; Community Needs Assessment; Tools for Service Providers; Tools for Law Enforcement.

Population Served: Human trafficking.

Services: Advocacy, Interpreter/cultural liaison, Court orientation, Life skills, Housing/shelter, Job training, Clothing, Food, Education, Mental health services, Counseling/support groups, Information and referral, Crisis intervention/24 hr hotline. Can provide advocacy on all of the services above but cannot directly provide those services to all.

 

Shelter House, Inc./Artemis

PO Box 139, Herndon, VA 20172

www.shelterhouse.org
703-435-4940

Population Served: Child abuse, Domestic violence, Human Trafficking, Sexual assault.

Services: Advocacy, Interpreter/cultural liaison, Court orientation, Life skills, childcare, Housing/shelter, Job training, employment, Clothing, food, Education, Transportation, Medical services, Dental services, Mental health services, Counseling groups/support groups, Family counseling, Outreach services, Information and referral, Crisis intervention/24 hour hotline, Protection/safety services, Sexual assault services, Social service coordination, Victim compensation, Victim impact statement.

 

Spartan Global Outreach for Girls

Fairfax, VA

Kyra Beckman, spartanglobaloutreachforgirls@gmail.com

Population Served: High school students, both boys and girls, working to raise awareness on human trafficking and slavery and to promote women’s empowerment.

Services: Discuss issues and reach out to victims through letters, donations, etc.

 

Youth for Tomorrow

11835 Hazel Circle Dr., Bristow, VA 20136

www.youthfortomorrow.org/
Dr. Courtney Gaskins, cgaskins@yftva.com, Fay LeSane, LCSW, FLasane@yftva.com

703-396-7192

Population Served: Child abuse, Human trafficking, Mental health, Youth, Sexual assault.

Services: Life skills, Housing/shelter, Job training, Employment, Clothing, Food, Education, Transportation, Medical services, Dental services, Drug treatment, Mental health services, Counseling/support groups, Family counseling, Outreach services, Protection/safety services, Social service coordination, Victim impact statement.

 

Fairfax Community Church

11451 Braddock Road, Fairfax, VA 22030

karenkellogg@fairfax.cc phone number 703-745-1030
POC: Karen Kellogg

Population Served: FCC’s Karen Kellogg represents the NOVA faith-based community at JUST ASK Prevention Project working group meetings. All faiths are welcome to participate.

Services: The faith-based community is involved in disseminating posters, wrist-bands, and supports other activities to prevent human trafficking or assist victims and survivors.

 

Fairfax County Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Ctr Pkwy, Ste 339 Fairfax, VA 22035

www.fairfaxcounty.gov
Chris Davies, Sexual Assault Counselor, chris.davies@fairfaxcounty.gov
703-704-6727

Population Served: Free short-term individual counseling, Support groups, Domestic violence, Human trafficking, Sexual assault, Stalking.

Services: Housing/shelter, Counseling/support groups, Court accompaniment, Crisis intervention/24 hr hotline, Sexual assault services, Social service coordination.

 

Fairfax County Police Department; Human Trafficking Unit

www.fairfaxcounty.gov
703-246-2428

Bill Woolf, (cell) 571- 641-7779
William.WoolfJr@fairfaxcounty.gov

Population Served: Human trafficking, Homicide, Sexual assault, Hate crime, Youth, Gangs

Shared Hope International

www.sharedhope.org
Shared Hope International works with outreach programs and restoration shelters to offer comprehensive services including shelter, medical and mental health care, spiritual renewal, education, life skills, job training or vocational skills, and advocacy for improved laws. They produced a National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: America’s Prostituted Children;

www.sharedhope.org. Website includes video’s, such as DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) videos: http://www.sharedhope.org/WhatWeDo/Prevent/Training/DMST.aspx
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

 

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

699 Prince St., Alexandria VA 22312

www.missingkids.com

703-224-2150, Hotline: 1-800-THE-LOST
(1-800-843-5678)

Population Served: Child abuse, Human trafficking, Youth, Missing and Exploited Children.

Services: Advocacy, Crisis intervention/24 hr hotline, Campaign Against Exploitation

 

Safe Haven Campaign

9320 Annapolis Road, Suite 100 Lanham, MD 20706

www.globalpeace.org

Ph: 301.577.6876
Email: info@globalpeace.org

Approach: Safe Haven provides direction for all levels of engagement in the efforts to protect families, and abolish trafficking in our communities. Public awareness brings an environment of accountability, which is the foundation of prevention. Through this national network of faith communities, public awareness will spread among concerned community members, an environment can be created to enable victims to have the courage to come forward.

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