Homelessness, Survival Sex and Human Trafficking: As Experienced by the Youth of Covenant House New York

This report presents the findings of a study that investigated the prevalence of human trafficking survivors among sample of 174 homeless youth between 18 and 23 years old that sought assistance from Covenant House New York (CHNY). To conduct the survey, a screening tool, the Human Trafficking Interview and Assessment Measure (HTIAM-14), was developed to better identify trafficking victims.

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