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  • 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 Leadership Academy Recommendations: 2-Generation and Whole Family Approaches

    Published: March 15, 2019
    Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Fellows provided their recommendations based on the following questions: Using trauma-informed principles and survivor-informed practices, what strategies could reduce risk factors and increase protective factors within families that prevent the trafficking of minors? How can anti-trafficking efforts incorporate 2-generation and whole family approaches to programs and policies?
  • 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.
  • Service Recommendations for Human Trafficking Survivors With Substance Use Disorders

    Published: November 27, 2018
    This document was developed by fellows of the 2018 Human Trafficking Leadership Academy ( HTLA ) organized through the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center ( NHTTAC ) and Coro Northern California. A team of non-government service providers and survivor leaders worked together to develop service recommendations for human trafficking survivors with substance use disorders. The fellowship is funded by the Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) and the Office on Women’s Health (OWH) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The recommendations and content of this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of OTIP, OWH, or HHS.
  • Webinar: Human Trafficking and Individuals with Disabilities

    Published: October 24, 2018
    This 90-minute webinar highlights emerging trends, case studies, and best practices for providing supportive and comprehensive services for individuals with disabilities.
  • Literature Reviews on Addressing the Sex Trafficking of Children & Youth

    Published: September 10, 2018
    These literature reviews include a summary of the research and recommendations for the field and systems of care. They support the work of the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Youth in the United States.
  • Webinar: Human Trafficking and Faith-Based Organizations

    Published: August 17, 2018
    This 90-minute webinar highlights emerging trends, case studies, and best practices for providing supportive and comprehensive services for individuals who have experienced trafficking.
  • Webinar: Human Trafficking and the Opioid Crisis

    Published: March 19, 2018
    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; and identify promising practices and recommend spotlight treatment options that address the underlying issues that can put victims and survivors at risk.
  • 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. 

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