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Places that Help: Federal
Updated: November 14, 2019
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National Latino Network—A Project of Casa de Esperanza
National [email protected] Network for Healthy Families and Communities, a project of Casa de Esperanza is the national institute on domestic violence focusing on [email protected] communities. Casa de Esperanza provides critical and innovative services and support in the Minnesota Twin Cities communities, ranging from family advocacy and shelter services to leadership development and community engagement opportunities for [email protected] youth, women and men, to informing the work of the National [email protected] Network to shape public policy, research, and best practices in the field. The National [email protected] Network provides training and consultations to practitioners and activists throughout the US, as well as in Latin America. They organize national and regional events. They engage in federal and state public policy advocacy and conduct research on issues that affect [email protected] in the US and abroad.
The Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC)
The BSCC is an alliance of over 60 government and nonprofit agencies in the United States and Latin America that is convened in and along the U.S.-Mexico Border Region to combat slavery and human trafficking. Services: Advocacy for prostituted and trafficked girls and women. Assistance in providing a comprehensive, multifaceted network providing wrap-around services to women, men, and children who have been victimized by traffickers and held as slaves. Workshops provided for agencies offering services to victims of trafficking.
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