One-pager: Training and Technical Assistance Resources – FY 2019
Office on Trafficking in Persons
Human trafficking is a violent crime and public health issue involving the exploitation of a person for the purpose of forced labor or commercial sex. OTIP provides training and technical assistance to health care and social service providers that may interact with potential victims of human trafficking. OTIP builds the capacity of professionals, organizations, and communities to identify and respond to human trafficking, understand its root causes, and strengthen trauma-informed and culturally responsive prevention and intervention efforts.
Access the one-pager to learn more about training and technical assistance.