The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC) delivers training and technical assistance (T/TA) to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking.
By applying a public health approach, NHTTAC holistically builds the capacity of communities to identify and respond to the complex needs of all survivors of human trafficking and address the root causes that make individuals, families, and communities vulnerable to trafficking. Survivors and those at risk of human trafficking need coordinated and trauma-informed services before, during, and after their trafficking exploitation, regardless of their age, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, or type of exploitation.
Medical and behavioral health practitioners, nonprofits, community- and faith-based organizations, licensed social workers, child welfare professionals, housing authorities, and public health agencies can provide comprehensive and survivor-informed services by building their skills and knowledge with NHTTAC.
NHTTAC is committed to building the health and human services capacity of professionals to:
NHTTAC collaborates with communities across the United States to deliver training that is coordinated, innovative, and results driven. We work in partnership with a network of nationally recognized subject matter experts, survivor leaders, organizations, and providers who are at the forefront of delivering training and technical assistance that addresses the diverse range of needs of survivors, their families, and those most at risk of human trafficking.
Email NHTTAC or call 844-648-8822 for more information or to speak with a NHTTAC specialist. The NHTTAC call center is open from 8:30 to 5:00 EST Monday through Friday. All email inquiries will be responded to within 1 business day.
NHTTAC services are free and delivered based on need.