Learn about the Center as a coaching and development hub

The Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center partners with organizations and tribes in a collaborative and creative process to build their capacity to serve all victims of human trafficking. The Center’s work strengthens human trafficking service delivery in the U.S. through strategically focused, capacity building coaching.

The Center Is—

Victim-centered, championing victim-centered services that create conditions of trust and respect to empower victims to reclaim their lives and move toward self-sufficiency and independence.

Coaches, partnering with organizations in a collaborative and creative process to build their capacity to serve all victims of human trafficking.

Navigators, helping organizations navigate the broad range of financial resources, service delivery, and provider networks available to support their work with all victims of human trafficking.

Networkers, helping increase the connectivity within a community, assisting local organizations with building their network to offer a more comprehensive response to the needs of all victims of human trafficking.

Culturally Aware, working within American Indian and Alaska Native infrastructure to develop approaches that align with cultural values while honoring and respecting American Indian and Alaska Native practices.

Inclusive, working with organizations and tribes to help them best serve all victims of human trafficking.

 

The Center is supported by Contract No GS-00F-008DA awarded to Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. and its partners, the National Center for Victims of Crime, SER, and Tribal Tech LLC, by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.