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  • Class 3 Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Fellows

    Published: March 15, 2019
    This is a list of the fellows from the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy, Class 3. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations

    Published: February 7, 2018
    The Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations is a collection of new and existing resources that build organizational capacity to collaborate with and support staff, volunteers, and consultants who identify as survivor leaders. 
  • Webinar: The Public Health Framework to Address Human Trafficking

    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.
  • Toolkit and Guide: Adult Human Trafficking Screening

    Published: January 31, 2018
    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.
  • Monthly Webinars: Responding to Child Victims of Trafficking

    Published: January 29, 2018
    This training will help participants understand the resources available, their role, and the role that OTIP plays in relation to assisting foreign minor victims of trafficking. 

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