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Our hearts go out to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. During this uncertain time, NHTTAC remains strong in its efforts to support you by providing remote technical assistance for your organizations and communities. Our team of expert consultants, including many with lived experience, stand ready to demonstrate their support in a variety of ways—and we will continue to provide updates and access to new and existing resources in the days to come.

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    Our Mission:

    to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking through training and technical assistance.

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Who We Are

NHTTAC delivers training and technical assistance (T/TA) on behalf of the Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking. Operating under the Administration for Children and Families within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, OTIP's mission is to combat human trafficking by supporting and leading systems that prevent trafficking through public awareness and to protect victims through identification and assistance, helping them rebuild their lives and become self-sufficient. NHTTAC supports OTIP in developing and delivering training and technical assistance that strengthens anti-trafficking work and aids OTIP in fulfilling its mission.

SOAR to Health and Wellness

SOAR to Health and Wellness

SOAR to Health and Wellness
Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance
Survivor Involvement

Survivor Involvement

Survivor Involvement

Upcoming Training

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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Human Trafficking Summit

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Online
Location: Richmond
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February Virtual SOAR to Health and Wellness with CE/CMEs (English)

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Online

From the Director

“Human trafficking is a public health issue that impacts individuals, families, and entire communities across generations. The Office on Trafficking in Persons commits to exploring partnerships to better leverage the public health framework to strengthen data collection, better target public awareness and prevention campaigns, expand training to address the root causes of human trafficking, and empower survivors of trafficking.”

Katherine Chon
Director, Office on Trafficking in Persons

News and Information

12 htla class 5 fellows sitting together on a staircase
Dec 15, 2020

The Administration for Children and Families Office on Trafficking in Persons and the Administration for Native Americans are proud to announce the release of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) Class 5 Recommendations Report. In the report, HTLA fellows based their recommendations on the following project question: “How can culture be a protective factor in preventing trafficking…

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screenshot of HTLA class 6 virtually meeting on Zoom
Dec 15, 2020

Class 6 of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) launched in October 2020. Fellows are working together to address the project question: “How can communities assess and respond to risk factors among migratory families in order to reduce vulnerabilities and prevent labor trafficking?” Class 6 fellows from across the Southwestern United States are learning new leadership skills in real…

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two figures on a chalkboard saying hello in English and Spanish
Dec 15, 2020

In response to the growing need to offer virtual training to support professional development, the Office on Trafficking in Persons and NHTTAC offered a free 1.5-hour virtual SOAR to Health and Wellness training in Spanish. More than 500 individuals attended the training from the United States and Latin America. View our Training Calendar to register for our next virtual Spanish SOAR to Health…

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