Human Trafficking Survivor Services
The Building Bridges to Hope: Human Trafficking Initiative from CPLC Parenting AZ is a trauma-informed and survivor-centered program that offers comprehensive case management services to adult survivors of trafficking in Maricopa County and parts of Pinal County.
Our case managers provide vital skills training to support survivors in learning self-sufficiency, resiliency, and empowerment.
This includes assisting individuals with getting connected to shelter and transitional housing services, employment, education services, parenting, behavioral health, application assistance services [AHCCCS, SNAP, legal and TANF], etc.
Our Promotora program assists with connecting individuals who call into the hotline with screening for services and resources for victims/survivors. The Promotora provides community education for survivors and for community partners, educators, and professionals.
To be eligible, an individual must be at least 18 years of age, an Arizona resident, and a victim/survivor of human trafficking. Our program serves both domestic and foreign-born individuals. To be screened for the program or if you need assistance, please call the CPLC Human Trafficking Hotline: (602) 361-0679
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“Whatever happened to them does not define who they are.”
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