While there is no universal characteristic of a human trafficking victim, traffickers often target vulnerabilities (e.g., lack of social support networks, financial or housing insecurity, or language differences). These vulnerabilities are often found in underserved communities. This document provides strategies—intended as a starting point—in thinking about how to make services more accessible and are grouped into physical, programmatic, organizational, and partnerships categories.
Meeting the Needs of Victims from Underserved Communities
Date Created: October 5, 2021