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Service Providers

Service providers offer critical support to victims and survivors of human trafficking. Victims and survivors often have ongoing, complex needs, including case management, shelter, legal services, and mental health care. Social service organizations in human trafficking and allied fields are well positioned to identify, support, and protect victims of human trafficking through their work.

If you are a service provider working with victims and survivors of human trafficking, browse the resources below to find relevant online trainings, reports, and assessment tools.


Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in a Healthcare Context

An online training for healthcare professionals on how to identify human trafficking victims within a healthcare context.

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What to Look For - Health

What to Look for in a Healthcare Setting

An At a Glance document describing the role healthcare professionals should take in identifying and serving victims of trafficking and describing the short-term and long-term health effects on victims.

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Human Trafficking Assessment Tool for Domestic Violence Programs - Spanish

A trafficking assessment tool for domestic violence and sexual assault programs to identify and assist potential victims of trafficking in Spanish.

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Protocol Toolkit for Developing a Response to Victims of Human Trafficking in Health Care Settings

This systems toolkit is designed to help professionals working in health care settings such as emergency departments, hospitals, clinics, private offices, or school based health centers develop a p

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