The Services for Survivors of Trafficking Program assists all victims of human trafficking through education, support services and community resources to increase safety and self-sufficiency.

Mosaic provides culturally sensitive comprehensive client advocacy services for all survivors of human trafficking. Our client advocates complete a needs assessment with every client, and support the client through every step of the process to reach their goals.  Services for survivors of trafficking include:

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Safety Planning
  • Counseling
  • Interpretation/Translation
  • Transportation
  • Emotional Support
  • Information and referral to community resources
  • Accompaniment to court and other appointments
  • Education and orientation about American culture and systems.
  • Advocacy within legal and criminal justice systems, and social service agencies.

Mosaic’s multicultural staff also assists victims in navigating the complex justice system and in interactions with federal and local law enforcement.

Mosaic Family Services has served over 500 victims of human trafficking since the inception of the Services for Survivors of Trafficking Program in 2001. Clients are referred by law enforcement, social and medical service providers and individuals within the community. Mosaic also operates a 24-hour trafficking hotline.

In order to improve and coordinate the response to trafficking across the region and nation, Mosaic participates in groups and coalition that have been formed to combat trafficking and serve victims. Mosaic is a founding member of the North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking, a multidisciplinary team including federal and local law enforcement and social service providers who are committed identifying, assisting, and serving trafficked persons. Mosaic is also a member of the Freedom Network, a nationwide coalition of agencies that provide services for trafficking survivors in the United States.

Mosaic also provides education, trainings and multilingual informational materials to the immigrant communities at risk for trafficking as well as to law enforcement, other service providers and community groups to increase awareness and understanding of this often invisible human rights abuse.

To seek help or report a human trafficking tip, call our 24-hour hotline at

Links to resources for information on human trafficking:
U.S. Dept. of State Human Trafficking Information
Freedom Network USA