Immigrants & refugees

Are you a human trafficking survivor?

Has someone:

  • Brought you to the U.S. with false promises of a job or marriage; 
  • Physically, sexually, emotionally, or verbally abused you; 
  • Threatened to abuse or deport you; 
  • Taken away your freedom of leaving or quitting your job; 
  • Made you feel unsafe at work; 
  • Punished you for complaining about your living or working conditions; 
  • Charged others for your services and then kept the money; 
  • Limited your contact with friends or family in the U.S. or your home country; 
  • Failed to pay you as promised or not paid you for your services; and/or 
  • Taken away your documents? 

If you answered YES to one or more of these questions, you might be a survivor of human trafficking. Help is available for you. Please call 1-866-317-3733 or 404-299-0895.

Are you a domestic violence survivor?

Does your partner or family member: 

  • Hit, push, kick, yell, and/or use objects to intimidate you; 
  • Tell you that you are nothing without him or her; 
  • Call you names, put you down, and/or make you feel worthless; 
  • Threaten to have you deported; 
  • Interfere with your work; 
  • Threaten to take your children away from you; and/or 
  • Isolate you from family and friends? 



If you answered YES to one or more of these questions, you might be a survivor of domestic violence. For more information, please call Tapestri at 404-299-2185.