Naples and Fort Myers

Amigo Center
Bonita Springs
Services: Provides legal services for the immigrant community and conducts public awareness trainings for the community on human trafficking.

ACT (Abuse Counseling and Treatment) Shelter
239-939-3112 (Hotline)
239-939-2553 (office)
Services: Unlimited stay for adult victims of both labor and sex trafficking (including women with children or pregnant); coordinates with resources in the area, forensic examination, advocacy with legal and law enforcement matters; offers counseling therapy provided by
licensed therapists; assists victims applying for benefits (food stamps, cash assistance, Medicaid); maintains food pantry; assists with gas money and bus passes. Minor victims can receive therapy and counseling but not housing.

Catholic Charities
Ft. Myers (serving Lee, Hendry, and Glades Counties)
Services: Offers wide-ranging support to immigrant victims of trafficking ( pre-certified and certified); provides counseling, food and clothing, transportation to and from appointments; assists clients in obtaining mental health services, medical, and dental care; assist with shortterm
housing needs; once victims become certified, they become eligible for four months of benefits; provides immigration legal services for certified victims.

Children Network
Ft. Myers
Services: Sexual abuse counseling and educational services for minors only (females and males).  The services are available for both US citizen sex trafficking victims and pre-certified and certified immigrant victims.

Coalition of Immokalee Workers
Collier County
Services: Conducts extensive training and community education on human trafficking and migrant worker exploitation; coordinates services for survivors of trafficking including housing, counseling, jobs, clothing and food, in addition to finding medical help. The organization has
been nationally recognized for its community network that features peer support.

Clothes Closet of Faith United Methodist Church
Ft. Myers
Open Tuesday from 9-noon and Thursday from 12-3
Services: Provides vouchers for clothes to people in need, including victims of human trafficking.  Their facility operates on a referral basis only.

David Lawrence Center
Services: Mental health and substance abuse assistance including psychiatric care; most services are available on a sliding scale and are offered in Spanish, English or Creole. Serves foreign and domestic victims of trafficking.

Lutheran Services Florida
Fort Myers
Services: Residential and non residential services in Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Hendry and Glades counties are offered for child victims of different crimes between the ages of 10-17. This organization offers a 30-day stay program unless there are special circumstances that require a
longer stay. Services such as counseling, education, meals and snacks are provided to residential clients and counseling at home and schools is available for nonresidential clients.  Serves both international and domestic child victims of trafficking.

The Shelter for Abused Women and Children
Services: Emergency shelter for domestic violence victims in Collier County; trafficking victims can stay as long as they need; the shelter has housed minor victims of human trafficking at the request of DCF; during their time at the shelter, victims have a case manager and are provided
with basic needs to include transportation to and from appointments, counseling, and the option of attending support groups. In addition, the shelter has a kennel for residents who need to bring their pets.

Project Help
2392627227 Hotline (24 hours a day)
Services: Crisis intervention counseling and advocacy; counseling is free of charge and is available for foreign and domestic victims. At this time, counseling is offered in English and Spanish and a language line is used for other languages. They also provide referrals for housing, legal and medical needs.

St. Mathews House Wolfe Apartments
Services: Homeless shelter that provides housing for domestic and foreign (pre-certified and certified) victims of human trafficking through their transitional living apartments. Victims of human trafficking also have access to their food pantry, bus passes, and to social service
referrals in the area such as the career center, health department, and mental health facilities.

Wings of Shelter
Services: Faith-based organization that provides housing for female trafficking victims under 18 years of age. The facility has space for up to five people and serves both international and domestic victims.