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Anti-Human Trafficking Services

Human Trafficking Affects Millions

It is estimated that there are 40 million survivors of human trafficking around the world.  The crisis is so bad, it is considered a modern form of slavery.

A person may be a survivor of human trafficking if they have been deceived about a work opportunity, are unable to leave that work situation, and are being exploited economically.

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Who Qualifies for Our Program?

  • People born outside the United States who are survivors of human trafficking within the United States
  • Children born outside the United States who are survivors of human trafficking in their countries of origin

Available Services

  • Individualized case management
  • Emotional support
  • Safety planning
  • Access to a community resource referral network for…
    • Legal services
    • Physical and mental health
    • Food assistance
    • Employment training
    • English as a second language (ESL) classes
Articles

Disaster Strikes, Faith and Unity Endure

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
Cynthia Molina, MSW, QMHP, CSWA, and Assistant Director of Emergency and Navigation Services, talks about coming together to keep faith and hope alive in the face of disaster after visiting Medford, OR, to provide legal clinics, hygiene items, and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.

Hope in the Midst of Loss

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
John Herrera, Catholic Charities’ Director of Immigration Legal Services, talks about hope in the midst of loss after visiting Medford, OR, to offer legal clinics and distribute hygiene items and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.
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Refugee Services team helps newcomers find and maintain employment

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
Those who flee oppression and violence arrive in the U.S. to find yet another dire situation. Catholic Charities’ Refugee Services department has developed resources to keep newcomers employed and housed.
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