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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.

Human Trafficking Task Force E-Guide

The Human Trafficking Task Force e-Guide is an online resource that provides practical information on the creation and day-to-day operations of human trafficking task forces, with updated case exam

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Blueprint: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Domestic Sex Trafficking of Girls

A report on the multisystem approach needed to identify and assess survivors’ needs and evaluating three community models of collaborative approaches.

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Health Consequences of Sex Trafficking

The Health Consequences of Sex Trafficking and their Implications for Identifying Victims in Healthcare Facilities

A paper examining the health consequences of sex trafficking, based on a prior study of over one hundred domestic sex trafficking victims and survivors.

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Victim Identification Tool

Victim Assessment Tool

A statistically validated screening tool for victims of human trafficking.  The screening tool encompasses both labor and sex trafficking; adult and child victims; foreign nationals and U.S.

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