Human Trafficking for RHY Serving Agencies: A Resource Guide

The Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) and the Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) are pleased to announce the availability of a new resource providing a comprehensive introduction about the intersection of Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) programs and human trafficking.  The “Human Trafficking for Runaway and Homeless Youth Serving Agencies: A Resource Guide” provides information on a wide variety of topics overlapping RHY and human trafficking, including:

  • Legal Definitions
  • The Role of RHY Programs
  • Program Models
  • Building a Collaborative Community Approach

This resource is specifically written to address the unique needs of RHY programs.

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“Human Trafficking for Runaway and Homeless Youth Serving Agencies: A Resource Guide."

Future human trafficking resources coming include a three-part interactive learning series on the prevention of commercial sexual exploitation of children; a three-part interactive learning series on labor trafficking; and a blueprint for youth serving agencies considering expanding services to youth victims and survivors of human trafficking.

FYSB and RHYTTAC are committed to supporting RHY grantees in ongoing efforts to provide services to human trafficking youth survivors and RHY at risk of trafficking and exploitation.