Test-Exempt Grandfathering

Certified Human Trafficking Victims Services Provider (CHTVSP)
Grandfathering Information and Application Download

All NAFC requirements must be met in order to become certified through NAFC. While NAFC does not require that a Candidate take any online or onsite course or training as part of its application process, the NAFC does offer certification training courses. Please contact 260-426-7234 for more information.

* NAFC is not affiliated with, and does not endorse or accept courses offered through the Forensic Training Institute or the Indiana Institute for Forensic Mental Health Training.

*New Certification!*Certified Human Trafficking Victim Services Provider

Download the Grandfathering Application, and Reference Form for your application.

NAFC has developed a new certification for professionals who victim services to human trafficking victims, to include forced labor, sexual exploitation, as well as other forms of victimization.

NAFC thanks the following professionals and organizations for their continued contributions to the development of this certification and its examination:

(Operators of the National Human Trafficking Hotline, and NAFC 2018 Keynote Speakers)
Rochelle Keyhan
Collective Liberty
Detective Joseph Scaramucci
Agent Lennie Alcorn



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