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SOAR for Conferences

In response to the growing need to offer virtual training to support professional development, NHTTAC is offering free 1.5-hour virtual SOAR to Health and Wellness trainings. The training teaches providers how to identify and respond to human trafficking. The three upcoming virtual trainings will be held in July, August, and…

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Now Recruiting for Class 6 of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy

NHTTAC is seeking survivors, leaders, and allied professionals across the Southwest (southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas) to participate in Class 6 of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA). To inform the field about risk factors for human trafficking among migratory populations, HTLA Class 6 will use trauma-informed principles, survivor-informed practices, knowledge and understanding of risk factors among migratory families, and vulnerabilities affecting survivors of…

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Emerging Issues Webinar: Labor Trafficking

On April 1, 2020, NHTTAC hosted a 90-minute webinar on emerging trends and case studies on the development of public–private partnerships to leverage community resources that provide services to individuals who have experienced labor trafficking. A recording of the webinar is now available in our Resource Library, along with answers to the Q&A session that immediately followed the live webinar. 

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Updated SOAR Online Modules Available!

SOAR Online is a series of continuing education/continuing medical education (CE/CME) training modules that you can complete whenever, wherever you like. The new and improved SOAR to Health and Wellness, Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services, and Trauma-Informed Care modules include content on screening, universal education, ethics, secondary trauma, and considerations in working with specific populations as well as downloadable resources based on current research and promising practices.

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ICD-10 Codes Principles

NHTTAC, in partnership with OTIP, HEAL Trafficking and the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, facilitated a 1-day convening of experts ranging from healthcare providers, survivors, coding and Electronic Health Record system professionals to develop principals and guidelines on the implementation of the International Classification of Disease Codes (ICD) on human trafficking. ICD codes describe…

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