For survivors of human trafficking, a key part of the journey to healing is safe and stable housing. Thanks to a $297K grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Preble Street Anti-Trafficking Services (ATS) will be able to provide this critical resource to even more survivors.

The grant funds the new statewide Survivor Rapid Rehousing Project to help survivors find and maintain permanent stable housing. Additionally, ATS staff will provide case management support to survivors.