Catholic Charities DC

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F), By Appointment
To refer a survivor to our program, please contact the case manager of the Trafficking Victims Assistance Program at 202-772-4300, ext. 036.
924 G St. NW, Washington, DC, 20001

States where the organization has representation or a license to practice law

  • Maryland
  • Washington, D.C.


Catholic Charities is the social ministry outreach of the Archdiocese of Washington. Motivated by the Gospel message of Jesus Christ, and guided by Catholic social and moral teaching, Catholic Charities strengthens the lives of all in need by giving help that empowers and hope that lasts. To this end we affirm and support the dignity of all human life, strengthen families and serve the poor and most vulnerable.

Location(s) of the organization

  • Maryland
  • Washington, D.C.

Type of Organization

  • Case Management
  • Health Care (Hospital, Clinic, etc.)
  • Human Trafficking Training/Technical Assistance
  • Legal Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Shelter/Housing

Specialized Competency

  • Human Sex Trafficking
  • Refugees
  • Women with Children
The Trafficking Victims Assistance Program provides trauma informed case management to foreign born survivors of human trafficking.

Target Populations and Restrictions

Populations Served

Domestic, Foreign

Language Capabilites

Amharic, English, French, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese

Target Populations


  • Serve all genders


  • Serve all genders

Direct Victim Services

Basic Necessities

  • Family reunification
  • Identity or government documents
  • Legal family reunification (e.g. returning citizens, welfare)
  • Personal items (includes material goods or support to obtain goods including food, clothing, toiletries, housing supplies)
  • Safety planning
  • Transportation (includes metro/subway passes, bus tickets, etc.)

Medical and Dental Services

  • Dental issues
  • OB-GYN
  • Primary care
  • Sexual Health
  • Sexual/reproductive health education

Language Services

  • Interpretation and or translation services for Limited English Proficiency (LEP) clients
  • Interpretation and or translation services for monolingual (non-English) speakers
  • Interpretation and or translation services for blind, deaf, hard-of hearing

Education Services

  • Financial literacy
  • School enrollment

Legal Services

  • Civil legal advocacy
  • Immigration advocacy/assistance
  • Victim advocacy (includes vacating convictions, crime victim's rights and services, & explanation of legal rights and protections)


  • Volunteers
  • Unpaid internships

Housing Services

  • Housing advocacy (includes assistance to locate and place client in housing)
  • Housing financial assistance (includes expenditures for client's rent, shelter stay, hotel/motel stay, temporary host stays, foster placements, or other housing expenses)

Case Management Services

  • Explanation of benefit entitlements/availability
  • Intensive case management

Mental/Behavioral Health Services

  • Emotional/moral support / Supportive counseling
  • Peer Support

Job Services

  • Cover letter / Resume building
  • Interview training / Preparation
  • Job placement
  • Job skills training