Freedom from Trafficking

Provides comprehensive services to foreign nationals who have been victims of trafficking. Services range from connecting with pro-bono legal service providers to helping the survivors gain legal benefits by getting them certified by Health and Human Services.

Acronyms / Alternate NamesFFT
CompanyHeartland Human Care Services
DivisionSafety
Services

Comprehensive case management. Case managers will work with survivors to assess their needs and make a plan to meet their needs through referrals, emotional support, and financial assistance. Services can include, but are not limited to, medical and mental health services, legal services, assistance with food, clothing and personal care items, identifying safe and affordable housing, safety planning, and assistance applying for public benefits.

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, With advanced notice, Heartland Alliance services can be provided in more than 35 different languages.,
Eligibility

Foreign-national adult survivor of human trafficking who is pursuing or currently has a T-nonimmigrant Visa or Continued Presence (CP) or a minor survivor of human trafficking who has either an Interim Assistance Letter of an Eligibility Letter from the Office of Trafficking in Persons.

Referral / Intake

Community referrals; Participants will complete a comprehensive intake and assessment to determine the most appropriate level of services needed.

Application

Please contact the program to schedule an appointment

Appointments / Walk-ins

Please call or email to make a referral or appointment.

Hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (by appointment)

For emergencies call 911 or the 24-hour National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline (888) 373-7888.

Contact Phone312-662-6185