In a survivor focused survey, 87.8% of sex trafficking survivors saw a healthcare professional while being trafficked.
Most were not identified as victims.
UnBound is committed to equipping healthcare providers to recognize the signs of human trafficking and respond appropriately.
24/7 crisis response for patients identified as victims of human trafficking
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Ongoing support, case management, and advocacy for survivors
Consultations on protocol development for identifying and responding to victims of human trafficking in a clinical setting
Trainings for healthcare providers - CNE for nurses and CEU for social workers offered at not cost
Learning Objectives of Training
Understand different types of human trafficking and their local, statewide and international prevalence
Recognize human trafficking indicators and red flags in a clinical setting
Discover immediate healthcare needs of identified victims
Develop ability for trauma-informed response
Learn about available resources for victim service and aftercare
Public health perspective on ending human trafficking and supporting survivors. Join HEAL’s list for email updates regarding webinars, resources and newly released studies.
Federal government agency that targets health and human services by equipping healthcare professionals with skills to identify, treat and respond appropriately to human trafficking.
Health Care Provider’s guide to improving identification and response to victims of sex trafficking within various health care settings.
NAP NAP provides a three module guide for healthcare providers to learn about human trafficking, risk factors, indicators, and further resources.