See below for additional national and regional organizations that provide assistance and information.
“Faces of Human Trafficking” Video Series United States Department of Justice, Office of Victims of Crime
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Justice at Work (215-733-0878 or 800-729-1607)
- Mobile therapy services
- Travel throughout the state to provide therapy services
- Legal Representation
- Minimum wage and wage payment problems
- Violation of workers’ rights under federal and state protective statutes relating to employment
- Protecting workers from unsafe and unhealthy work conditions
- Remedying discrimination or retaliation against workers for exercising their legal rights
- Remedying discrimination in employment and housing based on race, national origin, gender, disability, or familial status
- Remedying problems associated with substandard housing provided to groups of workers in connection with their employment
- Establishing eligibility rights to public benefits
- Eligibility Rights to Public Benefits
- Language Access
- Immigration Reform
- Services in English and Spanish
- Persons under 18 years old or post foster care youth to age 21
- Evaluated by a doctor through Child Advocacy Center
- Placed in a home or facility until family is contacted (if there is a family to contact)
- Will be placed in counseling and school
- The Erase Project
- No cost laser tattoo removal for trafficking/gang related tattoos
- Our programs work to provide access to justice for vulnerable immigrants in detention, immigrant survivors of violence, and legal permanent residents seeking to naturalize, through legal services, education, and advocacy.
- Immigrant Survivor’s Project
- Provides legal services to immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and other violent crimes.
- ISP attorneys and advocates work with immigrant survivors to determine the appropriate, and safest, form of relief available through in-depth screenings and intakes, thorough communication, and legal advocacy.
- Coordinates the provision of family law and immigration legal services, and social services including shelter/housing, counseling, and advocacy to low-income clients through a growing collaboration of partners in the region.
- Website provided resources
- List of answers to commonly asked questions regarding the Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center and individuals who are detained
- List to provide general information on immigration law and immigration forms of relief from removal
- List of Immigration Resources for Legal Advocacy
- Website: www.northpennlegal.org
- Counties served: Bradford, Susquehanna, Carbon, Clinton, Lycoming, Tioga, Columbia, Montour, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wyoming, Sullivan, Lehigh, Northampton, Monroe, Pike, Northumberland, Snyder, Union, Wayne
- Free legal services for eligible applicants in certain matters, including:
- Public Benefits
- Family law matters etc. (See website for additional case types handled and eligibility guidelines)
- 610-519-7037 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Attorneys Alexia Tomlinson and Mary Haggerty
- Free legal services for survivors of sex trafficking
- Statewide and will work with out of state survivors who have convictions in Pennsylvania
- How it works:
- There is a Pennsylvania law that can help clear your criminal record
- Offenses that may be vacated or cleared include:
- Prostitution, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, loitering and prowling at nighttime, obstructing highways and other public passages, and simple possession of a controlled substance
- You may be eligible if your arrest and conviction occurred as a result of being trafficked.