The University of Michigan Human Trafficking Clinic
The Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC), launched in 2009, is the first clinical law program solely dedicated to the issue of human trafficking. The Human Trafficking Clinic’s lawyers and students provide legal services to victims of human trafficking regardless of age, gender, or national origin. Students gain core knowledge and foundational skills through client representation and advocacy. The Human Trafficking Clinic is committed to advancing anti-trafficking policy through interdisciplinary collaboration at the local, national and international levels.
Michigan SANE Services
A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) is a qualification for forensic nurses who have received special training to conduct sexual assault evidentiary exams for rape victims. SANE nurses are specially trained in the medical, psychological, and forensic examination of a sexual assault victim.
State of Michigan Domestic Violence Resource Directory
Use the Domestic Violence Resource Directory to locate information about domestic violence services in your area. Services may include shelter, legal and other kinds of advocacy, counseling, support groups, transitional housing and many others provided by the domestic violence programs across the state.