DOJ Offers $10M to Combat Human Trafficking

Justice Dept logoAgency: Office for Victims of Crime (DOJ); Program: Comprehensive Services for Victims of All Forms of Human Trafficking (CFDA Number: 16.320) (Funding Opportunity Number: OVC-2017-11573); Eligibility: State, tribal and local governments and nonprofits; Funding: $10 million for 13 awards (no match required); Deadline: Feb. 21.

Summary: The program will enhance the quality and quantity of services available for victims of human trafficking. The primary objectives are to enhance interagency collaboration and coordinated community response to victims of human trafficking and to provide high-quality services that address the individualized needs of trafficking victims. DOJ is interested in programs that address the specific needs of juvenile, female or LGBT victims of trafficking.

Info: https://goo.gl/hiiCgD (NOFA); Kristin Weschler, e-mail, kristin.weschler@usdoj.gov; or 202/616-5127.

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