Treasure Valley Resources

Organizations and resources in the Treasure Valley for victims and survivors of human trafficking.

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Boise Police Department

Eagle Police Department

Meridian Police Department

Nampa Police Department

Caldwell Police Department

Terry Reilly

Terry Reilly Health Services is a non-profit community health center providing high quality medical, dental, and behavioral health services. We have 16 service locations located throughout Ada, Canyon, and Owyhee counties. Additionally, Terry Reilly also offers specialty counseling through its SANE Solutions program. SANE is Idaho’s largest outpatient trauma counseling service and offers treatment for all those impacted by sexual and domestic violence. Terry Reilly is in your insurance network. However, if you don’t have insurance just ask about our sliding-fee-scale. For more information please visit www.trhs.org

Community Outreach Behavioral Services

  • We provide community training on human trafficking awareness and resources.
  • We link victims of human trafficking to mental health providers and to resources for assistance in leaving the slavery.
  • We donate to and work together with community organizations combating human trafficking
  • We donate resources and funds to victims of human trafficking helping the stabilize their lives on the road to recovery.

For additional information about COBS please contact Paula Barthelmess at 208-695-1257 or visit www.idahocobs.org.  

Faces of Hope Victim Center

Faces of Hope Victim Center provides assistance to those affected by interpersonal violence - no judgement, no strings, no wait lists, and no fees. Their multi-disciplinary team provides crisis-intervention services including safety planning, civil legal aid, medical care, crisis counseling, support groups, and self-defense classes.

Nampa Family Justice Center

Nampa Family Justice Center (NFJC) houses multiple agencies that assist families or individuals who are in abusive and unsafe situations. NFJC serves past and current victims/survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and stalking. We strive to improve the safety of our families by providing comprehensive, client-centered services in a single location. Every person walking into the NFJC can expect to be met by a kind, empathetic, and knowledgeable advocate who will assess their needs and concerns. If you, or someone you know, would like more information about our free services please call 208-475-5700.