December 2020 Update - COVA's Human Trafficking Program is unable to take new clients until at least January 2021. All staff are working remotely and unable to accommodate in-person meetings. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The COVID-19 crisis is magnifying the systemic hardships many marginalized people face. The video to the left was created in May 2020 and the financial needs of clients have continued to skyrocket. The clients of COVA's Human Trafficking Program need your support. Please contribute financially if you can!
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COVA’s Human Trafficking Program (HTP) Survivor Support Services provides referrals, and case management services to eligible victims of both labor and sex trafficking in Colorado. Case managers can work with survivors that have recently exited a trafficking situation to identify goals and connect to supportive resources to restore self-sufficiency, safety and autonomy.
Through our network of partners we can support survivors in finding:
COVA's Human Trafficking Program is funded by the Office of Victims for Crime. Learn more here.
Other Colorado Resources:
Asian Pacific Development Center (Denver Metro)
Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (State Wide)
Streets Hope (Denver Metro)
Colorado Legal Services (State Wide)
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (State)
Colorado Human Trafficking Council (State Wide)
Colorado Crisis Services (State Wide)
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More Trafficking Information:
H.R. 3244 - Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000
H.B. 1273 - Colorado Human Trafficking Legislation
Colorado Profile | National Human Trafficking Hotline