Many individuals who have experienced human trafficking come into contact with health care and social service providers during and after their exploitation. The SOAR to Health and Wellness Training Program is designed to help you identify and respond to those who are at risk of, are currently experiencing, or have experienced trafficking and connect them with the resources they need.
Trainings are for professionals, organizations, and communities that address human trafficking in health care, behavioral health, public health, and social services settings.
SOAR is a nationally recognized, accredited training program delivered by NHTTAC on behalf of the Office on Trafficking in Persons in partnership with the Office on Women's Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
SOAR teaches professionals how to:
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SOAR trainings are delivered in-person (customized live sessions) or online (customized virtual sessions or standardized, on-demand, and pre-recorded content). Training is available in English and Spanish.
The SOAR eGuide provides resources on how to use the SOAR framework to address human trafficking.
of professionals who took SOAR reported high or very high confidence in identifying and responding to human trafficking.