Anchorage Children’s Home
Services: Provides housing to victims under 21 through their transitional program and if victims are under 18 they are housed at the shelter. They service both pre-certified and certified trafficking victims, and provide case management to their residents for the duration of their stay.
Services: Provide case management, counseling, health screenings, housing, legal immigration assistance, and transportation. They serve pre-certified victims for up to 9 months and certified victims for up to 4 months.
Global Child Rescue
Services: This faith based organization focuses on child rescue. It conducts outreach and awareness training in Florida and other states, and coordinates services with other agencies for victims of trafficking.
Services: Search and rescue with a focus on domestic and international minors suspected to be victims of human trafficking. This organization also conducts awareness trainings for law enforcement agencies and the general public.
Services: Housing for adolescents between the ages of 10-17 who have been abused, neglected, or who are runaways. Shelter is offered to children who meet admission requirements, including victims of human trafficking.
Salvation Army, Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Program
850-763-0706 or 800-252-2597
Services: Offer emergency shelter, counseling, and legal advocacy; provide information and referrals. The program is open to domestic and international (male and female) victims of trafficking. Women have access to a domestic violence shelter and men have access to transitional housing.