SUPPORT SERVICES FOR TRAFFICKED PERSONS
The FCJ Refugee Centre offers direct services to people who have been trafficked, taking into account the range of supports needed. Walking with survivors through legal processes, immigration procedures, settlement and recovery, we take a holistic approach to ensure people are informed and empowered to steer their own course out of the trafficking experience. We ensure trafficked persons have access to orientation, legal assistance and referrals, information about their immigration options, appropriate housing, employment support, counseling and other forms of psycho-social support. The path out of human trafficking may take time, and we ensure that we walk with people the whole way.
DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME WE CONTINUE TO WORK IN SOLIDARITY WITH PRECARIOUS MIGRANTS
The Anti- Human Trafficking and Migrant Workers Mobile Program is working online and by phone. We are providing to Migrant Workers remote services, doing referrals, presenting cases to immigration and other authorities. Creating public awareness on human trafficking, particularly on international cases and labour exploitation. We have a strong team which speaks different languages; if you need to talk about any form of exploitation please contact us at our office 416-469-9754 or to our WhatsApp phone 647-9712153. Migrant workers still coming to Canada and the situation for non status migrants is more challenging this time due to be isolated and the exploitation and abuses increases
Anti-Human Trafficking Online Forum on June 10th from 10:00 am to 12:00pm
Celebrating Courage, Renewing Commitment
For registration click here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7801189337739933200
This forum will provide in-depth knowledge and innovative approaches on how to maintain anti-human trafficking efforts and provide services to survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Explore innovative ways of partnership collaboration during the pandemic. Recognize and understand how to navigate the system given the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. To bring awareness on policy gaps & limitations aggravated during the pandemic increasing the vulnerability of victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Shelley Gilbert, Legal assistance Windsor– LAW, WEFight Windsor Human Trafficking Resource
Rhonelle Bruder, advocate member of the TCHTN
Melody Brown, community member of the Native Women’s Resource Centre.
Nadine Edwards, community member of the Native Women’s Resource Centre
Melissa Compton, indigenous advocate against human trafficking
- Referral to legal aid, lawyers
- Appeals to legal aid
- Help with forms which include: H&C or spousal sponsorship, family reunification
- To book an appointment, phone 416-469-9754
International Victims of Human Trafficking are more unlikely to contact authorities and look for support: