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  • Human Trafficking Leadership Academy

    Published: November 22, 2019
    The Human Trafficking Leadership Academy is committed to developing and expanding survivor-informed services while also providing leadership development opportunities to survivor leaders and anti-trafficking professionals.
  • HHS Health & Human Trafficking Symposium Panel Materials and Final Report

    Published: October 11, 2019
    In 2008, the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) sponsored a national symposium focused on the health needs of human trafficking victims. This event brought together health care professionals, federal employees, and anti-trafficking advocates to discuss how best to identify victims in health care settings and ways that the health care system can provide improved and effective services to this population. Learn more from the Post-Symposium Brief. Ten years later, ASPE partnered with the ACF Office on Trafficking in Persons to convene a follow-up symposium to reflect on how far the health service response to human trafficking has evolved, identify emerging issues, and inform future anti-trafficking efforts across the fields of health care, behavioral health, public health, and social work. Leading practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and trafficking survivors gathered to discuss critical issues and gaps, share lessons learned, identify trauma-informed clinical practices based on the best available evidence, and inform current and future anti-trafficking efforts. Over 120 partners attended the symposium in person, and over 300 participants joined online. Access the agenda and the final report.
  • Webinar: Increasing Community Response to Trafficking by Leveraging Public–Private Partnerships

    Published: August 27, 2019
    This webinar discusses how to establish public–private partnerships and use community resources to assist survivors of trafficking.
  • Webinar: Two-Generation/Whole Family Approaches in Anti-Trafficking Programming

    Published: July 24, 2019
    This webinar discusses two-generation and whole family approaches in anti-trafficking programming.
  • Human Trafficking Prevention

    Published: May 20, 2019
    Access resources regarding human trafficking prevention.
  • National Listening Session on Social Security Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking

    Published: April 4, 2019
    In November 2018, we joined colleagues from the Social Security Administration to host the first national listening session on social security services for survivors of human trafficking as the first topic in the series. Access to social security identification cards and supplemental security income often marks the start of the path towards self-sufficiency for survivors of human trafficking. Access the recording and transcript from that conversation. 
  • Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Program (DVHT)

    Published: January 28, 2019
    Access information and data about the Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Program (DVHT), including infographics and data fact sheets.
  • Look Beneath the Surface Regional Anti-Trafficking Program

    Published: January 28, 2019
    Access information and data about the Look Beneath the Surface Regional Anti-Trafficking Program, including infographics and data fact sheets.
  • Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP)

    Published: January 28, 2019
    Access information and data about the Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (TVAP), including infographics, data fact sheets, and program instructions.
  • Webinar: A Public Health Approach to Human Trafficking

    Published: December 31, 2018
    One of the primary benefits of looking at human trafficking as a public health issue is the emphasis on prevention: that is, looking at the systemic issues that cause people to be vulnerable to human trafficking in the first place. Upstream determinants, such as domestic violence, substance use, poverty, and immigration status, may put some individuals at a higher risk for trafficking than others. A public health approach to trafficking moves upstream to identify preventive measures that, when combined with downstream interventions, can work to decrease the number of individuals who experience trafficking.

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