Support Available for Victims of Human Sex Trafficking
Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac works in close partnership with the Kingston Police, first responders and community agencies to address the immediate safety and support of victims. It is the prioritized goal of VSKF to support those effected by Human Trafficking by providing emotional support, tools and information about what's available in community, and on going care and communication to help establish long term plans for their future.
Victim Services of Kingston & Frontenac also has access to funding and supports through the Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP) specific for victims of Human Trafficking. This program allows victims immediate financial aid based on a case specific assessment. Please speak with Victim Services Staff for more information about available funds through the VQRP and the eligibility requirements.
Community Outreach and Presentations
Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac's Anti-Human Trafficking Crisis Worker provides community presentations to educate others about this major crisis happening within our country. Through these presentations you may learn what human sex trafficking is, grooming, victimization, how to identify and support victims and the available resources to help.
If you're interested in hosting a presentation or more information please contact Victim Services Anti-Human Trafficking Crisis Worker at firstname.lastname@example.org .