Adapted remarks on the importance of viewing human trafficking through a public health lens from the “Paths to Equity” Women’s Funding Network Conference by Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons.
Use LBS materials to raise awareness about human trafficking and how to get help. Materials in English and Spanish include posters, brochures, pocket cards, stickers, bookmarks, and radio PSAs. Select materials available in Chinese, Indonesian, Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese.
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.
This fact sheet describes whether a state had legislation mandating human trafficking data collection; whether there was a state plan to collect the data; and whether the state was mandated to provide direct services to victims of trafficking.
The U.S. State and Territory Profiles provide an overview of anti-trafficking activities and resources in each state and territory to help promote collaboration and inform and enhance the response to trafficking in each context.
The Adult Human Trafficking Screening Tool is designed for use across various health care, behavioral health, social services, and public health settings in order to assess adult patients or clients for human trafficking victimization or risk for potential trafficking victimization.