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FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
Our passion is to equip healthcare professionals with the vital tools and knowledge they need to identify the signs and symptoms of sex trafficking. We also train them in how to assess and provide safety for patients. For healthcare professionals, one of the greatest tools to aiding victims, is being able to confidently take appropriate action internally and through external partnerships such as those outlined on this page to best serve survivors.
The Dignity Health Human Trafficking Response (HTR) Program has been developed to ensure that trafficked persons are identified in the health care setting and are assisted with victim centered, trauma-informed care and services.
Trauma-informed Approach to Victim Assistance in Health Care Settings
SOAR Online is a new series of CE/CME training modules that you can complete whenever, wherever you like. SOAR Online is designed to educate health care providers, social workers, public health professionals, and behavioral health professionals on how to identify, treat, and respond appropriately to individuals who are at risk or who have been trafficked.
For a World Without Slavery Contact: 24-hour Hotline 888.3737.888 or National Human Trafficking Resource Center, NHTRC@PolarisProject.org
Several DHS offices have produced informational materials to educate the public on resources available to those affected by human trafficking including PSAs, online resources, victim assistance efforts and more.
Survivors of human trafficking require unique resources to step into the healing and freedom they deserve. The organizations listed below offer a holistic array of services specifically designed for this population.
Pacific Survivor Center is committed to advancing health and human rights in the Hawaiʻi-Pacific region. Through direct services, education, research, and advocacy we strive to heal and empower survivors of abuse and exploitation and to end human rights violations in our community.
The National Survivor Network is a coalition of nearly 300 survivors of human trafficking from all over the United States and abroad. They are survivors of all forms of human trafficking working to create a world without human trafficking.
A non-profit organization that unites and empowers survivors of slavery and human trafficking around the world.
The nation's largest anti-sex trafficking organization with four programs: Advocacy & Awareness, Prevention, Residential Safe Homes and Outreach.
FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS
Survivors of human trafficking who are pregnant or men/boys, require specific resources for care. The organizations listed below offer a holistic array of services specifically designed for this population.
Male Victims of Sex Trafficking and Exploitation, Contact: Steven L. Procopio, ACSW, LICSW
Natural women's care and family wellness.
A pro-adoption movement dedicated to changing the perception of adoption by acknowledging birth moms for their brave decision.
Empowering Women’s Healthcare: Body, Mind, and Spirit
Refuge of Light is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a specialized safe home for survivors of sex trafficking that provides physical, mental, and spiritual healing in the lives of victimized girls 10 - 17 years old in the U.S..
Malta House is the only home for pregnant women above the age of 18 in Fairfield County, and one of a limited number of programs for young homeless mothers and their babies. contact Carey Dougherty, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Counsel recognizes the dignity of God-given life from the moment of conception, fostering a nurturing, safe family environment, encouraging self-respect and independence for pregnant mothers and their children in a diverse community of all faiths and beliefs. contact Chris Bell, President & Executive Director.