OVC began funding trafficking victim service providers under the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Program area in 2003. In 2010, OVC and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) began funding Enhanced Collaborative Model Task Force sites.
The interactive U.S. map below shows the breadth of victim services and support coverage provided by OVC grantees and the OVC and BJA-funded human trafficking task forces. This information is also available in the searchable Matrix of OVC/BJA-Funded Human Trafficking Services Grantees and Task Forces.
The map contains links to task forces and victim services websites that are external to the OVC website. OVC provides these links as a convenience to its users and should not be construed as an endorsement by OVC. Read the website links disclaimer.
OVC-Funded Human Trafficking Victim Services and OVC/BJA-Funded Human Trafficking Task Forces
OVC-Funded Human Trafficking Victim Services
No OVC-Funded Human Trafficking Victim Services
OVC grantees funded through the Services for Victims of Human Trafficking Program must demonstrate a history of providing services for victims of human trafficking. The services funded by this program fall into two primary categories:
Since 2004, OVC and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) have partnered to support the creation of the Enhanced Collaborative Model Task Forces. In 2010, OVC and BJA began funding these task force sites, which take a comprehensive approach to combating all forms of trafficking. The BJA award supports law enforcement agencies’ efforts to coordinate the goals, objectives, and activities of the entire Task Force in close collaboration with the local U.S. Attorney’s Office and the victim service provider partner. The OVC award supports a victim service provider to coordinate the provision of a comprehensive array of culturally and linguistically appropriate services to all trafficking victims identified within the geographic area impacted by the Task Force.