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  • End Trafficking Pocket Card (New)

    Published: May 23, 2018
    #EndTrafficking Find out how to help end human trafficking. Find resources, assistance, information. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 Text 233733 (BEFREE) Free | 24/7 | Confidential  
  • Brochure for Health Care Providers (New)

    Published: May 22, 2018
    Human Trafficking: Information for Health Care Providers Learn to identify and assist trafficking victims. Know the signs. Take Action. Make a Difference. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 Text 233733 (BEFREE) Free | 24/7 | Confidential
  • Poster for Health Care Providers (New)

    Published: May 18, 2018
    Can you recognize the signs of human trafficking? People who have experienced trafficking often seek medical care and services. Know the signs and find help. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 Text 233733 (BEFREE) Free | 24/7 | Confidential
  • Brochure for Faith-Based & Community Organizations (New)

    Published: May 17, 2018
    Human Trafficking: Information for Faith-Based and Community Organizations Learn to identify and assist trafficking victims. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 Text 233733 (BEFREE) Free | 24/7 | Confidential
  • Partner Style Guide (New)

    Published: May 17, 2018
    Every year, hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children are trafficked globally. In 2017, the National Human Trafficking Hotline received reports of 8,686 cases of human trafficking in the U.S. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Look Beneath the Surface Public Awareness campaign urges the public to take a deeper look at potential trafficking situations. Many people do not know how common this form of slavery is or how to identify a possible situation of human trafficking. HHS grantees and partners may co-brand the Look Beneath the Surface posters and brochures by adding their logo and/or contact information to them. This style guide contains a set of design standards and layout tools which should make the job of co-branding HHS posters and brochures easier. The tools will help grantees and partners apply essential rules regarding the LBS logo, typography, color, and placement of grantee/partner information in the brochures and posters. The style guide also contains information on how to print the Look Beneath the Surface materials and we encourage grantees and partners to print and distribute the materials. The following topics are included in this style guide for your use: Co-branding Logo Color Typography Printing Materials Design Software
  • Poster for Faith-Based & Community Organizations (New)

    Published: May 17, 2018
    Not all scars are physical. Many victims of human trafficking have experienced the darkness of trauma. Faith-based and community organizations can bring hope and healing by providing support to victims. National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 Text 233733 (BEFREE) Free |  24/7 | Confidential
  • Data Fact Sheet: Certification for Adult Victims of Human Trafficking (New)

    Published: April 30, 2018
    The increase in Certification Letter recipients mirrors the growth of HHS anti-trafficking programs to identify victims of human trafficking and assist them in obtaining certification. For example, the number of foreign national victims identified by the Rescue and Restore Regional Grant Program increased by 45% since the grant program began in FY 2008, the number of potential cases of foreign trafficking victims identified by the National Human Trafficking Hotline increased by 86% since FY 2012, and the number of foreign national individuals assisted through the Trafficking Victim Assistance Program increased by more than 100% since the grant program began in FY 2012. Each of these grant programs provide information about and offers assistance to foreign national victims seeking HHS Certification.  
  • Human Trafficking and the Opioid Crisis Webinar

    Published: March 19, 2018
    This webinar was hosted by the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC). Presentations were delivered by grantees from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Learn more about the U.S. Opioid Epidemic and what HHS is doing to combat opioid abuse: https://www.hhs.gov/opioids At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to: • Investigate the role of substance use for individuals at risk of, currently experiencing, or recovering from trafficking • Examine trauma-informed approaches from providers, client-based, and research perspectives to understand contributing factors to vulnerability • Identify promising practices and recommend spotlight treatment options that address the underlying issues that can put victims and survivors at risk
  • Emerging Issues on Human Trafficking Webinar: The Public Health Framework

    Published: February 7, 2018
    This one hour webinar introduces a public health framework for human trafficking, which allows communities to identify and respond to the complex needs of all survivors of human trafficking while addressing the root causes that make individuals, families, and communities vulnerable to trafficking. This webinar applies the “upstream-downstream” metaphor to a public health approach, and examines the success of looking upstream in building a public health response to other social issues, such as domestic violence or anti-smoking efforts.
  • Grant Management Toolkit: Building Sustainable Anti-Trafficking Programs

    Published: February 7, 2018
    The Grant Management Toolkit is intended to provide information to the Office on Trafficking in Persons’ grantees and other organizations on how to create a culture and infrastructure that supports effective implementation and sustainability of anti-trafficking programs. It includes links to official resources on federal websites, as well as supplemental, unofficial information from other sources. All recipients of the Office on Trafficking in Persons' grants and cooperative agreements are legally bound by the standard terms and conditions found in the HHS Grants Policy Statement. The information in this toolkit does not supersede HHS standard terms and conditions, statutes, regulations, policies, or any signed grant documents. For additional information, grantees should consult with their Federal Project Officer.

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