Additional Technical Assistance Support

The International Organization for Adolescents (IOFA) was founded in 1999 by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Students in response to a gap in programs and services for adolescents worldwide. IOFA carries out its mission through building effective community-level partnerships to impact vulnerable children and youth including those who are parentless, in foster care, orphaned, LGBTQ, juvenile justice involved, have disabilities, born to immigrant parents, living in poverty, or otherwise marginalized.

IOFA is the OVW targeted TA provider for CY & EM grantees on children and youth sex trafficking. To connect with them, email Jody Haskins at

As the comprehensive TA provider to the OVW TTA Program, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) operates TA2TA: The TA Provider Resource Center (TA2TA) and recognizes that the OVW TA provider community can bolster the collective impact through common forums for discussion and change. Designed by and for the OVW TA provider community, TA2TA facilitates the collaboration and communication integral to the continued strength and sustainability of the work of this project, the OVW TA provider community, and its constituents.

To view more services and resources available to grantees, visit their website. They can also be reached at