Support, Advocacy, Freedom and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors

The SAFE Center is an interdisciplinary service, research, and advocacy program, drawing on the combined resources and the wide range of disciplines of both universities to address human trafficking. With an expected opening in spring 2016, the center will provide comprehensive legal, social, medical, and economic empowerment services to trafficking survivors using a university-based platform that combines direct services with research and advocacy. The center, located just off the UMCP campus, also expects to convene stakeholders – law enforcement, social services, health care providers, legislators, and survivors – to refine service, share best practices, and pursue policy solutions. Read more about the SAFE Center and its mission. (PDF, 116 KB)

Safe Center for Human Trafficking Survivors

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