- Know two types of human trafficking – Labor & Sex.
- Know how to identify victims.
- Know community resources for referrals in MN.
Labor Trafficking Direct Service Providers
- International Institute of Minnesota (Statewide) – Provides statewide training and intensive case management. Saint Paul, MN, Main Line: 651-647-0191
- The Advocates for Human Rights (Statewide) – Provides legal representation for immigrants and one-on-one needs assessment, resource identification, referrals, and case management for the duration of the client’s case. Minneapolis, MN, Main Line: 612-341-2971
- The Enitan Story (Twin Cities) – Improves life skills and increased support for survivors through training programs, peer support groups, crisis case management services, and referrals to community resources. Fridley, MN, Contact person: Bukola Oriola 763-273-6624
- Southwest Crisis Center (Brown, Cottonwood, Jackson, Martin, Nobles, Pipestone, Rock, and Watonwan counties) – Provides advocacy for personal, medical, and criminal and civil situations. Provides life skills, safety planning, safe housing options, connections to local resources, financial assistance, basic living needs, and more. Worthington, MN, Main Line: 507-376-4311
- Standpoint (Statewide) – Provides direct legal representation to youth victims of labor trafficking. Provides training for attorneys and legal staff on the use of T Visas, referrals to recruited and trained pro bono attorneys, and technical assistance for attorneys throughout Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN, Main Line: 612-343-9842 or 800-313-2666
- Visit MDH website at: https://www.health.state.mn.us/commun…
- Additional resources, including Tribal Nations Providers: https://www.health.state.mn.us/commun…
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