Victims and survivors of human trafficking have diverse needs. We work with local, state, and federal agencies and social service providers to help identify and support victims of sex and labor trafficking.
Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center is a Coordinator and Service Provider for Victims, survivors and those who are at-risk of Human Trafficking
- Provide emergency and joint care management for victims;
- Work with existing agencies and organizations as a single point of contact for those who are assisting victims;
- Collaborate to provide needed services to victims and survivors such as shelter, care management, health care, legal services, education, job assistance, and counseling; and
- Promote public awareness of human trafficking.
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To help human trafficking survivors in the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida (Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, Franklin, and Wakulla) as well as work with organizations statewide, across the nation and throughout the world.
Who We Help:
- Victims and Survivors of Sex Trafficking or Labor Trafficking
- Children and Adults – inclusive of all sexes and gender identities
- Citizens and Foreign-born Persons (Including People with Undocumented Status)
- Community Groups, Local Businesses, Professionals, Faith Communities, Colleges and Universities
- ANYONE in our area who would like to learn more about human trafficking
Who We Work With:
- The Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking (BBCAHT), an information-sharing coalition comprised of federal, state and local law enforcement, state agencies, the faith community, and social service agencies and led by the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Florida;
- The FSU Center for the Advancement of Human Rights who has been providing direct services to immigrant trafficking victims and survivors, particularly legal representation and care management, and has been a leader in Florida and nationally in the area of human of trafficking; and
- Community groups and others who want to learn more about trafficking and assist trafficking victums and survivors.
STAC ANNUAL REPORT
OCTOBER 1, 2021 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
- STAC Hosted 33 Trainings: To Educate, Engage, and Empower
- STAC Supported and Empowered: 23 Sex and Labor Trafficking Survivors
- STAC Provided: 225 Hours of Survivor Support
- STAC Educated and Trained: 2,735 Individuals