Access to Services

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It's time to ensure universal access to public services for trafficked persons and those at risk.

Trafficked persons with precarious or undocumented status are often scrambling to access services like healthcare, education, childcare services, and other psychosocial services. We want to ensure a comprehensive and cohesive response to human trafficking across all provinces, including access to services. This response, coordinated and implemented federally and provincially, should take into account best practices identified by NGOs.

The nature of the trafficking situation should always inform the response. To support front line workers recognize trafficking situations, including those involving people with undocumented status, the CCR developed a national assessment tool.

Resource Description Audience

A tool for service providers to use when assessing people with lived experience.

Front-line agencies, legal practitioners,
policymakers