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The SOAR eGuide is a companion to the series of SOAR trainings available to professionals through the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center. The eGuide is designed to:

  1. support organizations that implement a public health approach to address human trafficking and
  2. complement the work of other federal agencies (in the criminal justice, labor, and education sectors) that also address human trafficking.
The SOAR Framework

Identify individual and environmental indicators of trafficking

Sections

Trauma-related responses

Barriers that prevent identification

Observe - Additional Resources

Ask

Screen and identify individuals who may have experienced trafficking using trauma-informed, person-centered approach

Sections

Trauma-informed rapport building

Create and Maintain Safety

Different Approaches to the Conversation

HIPAA and Mandated Reporting

Language Accessibility

Ask - Additional Resources

The Guiding Principles

Let's explore the foundational principles upon which to build your organization's response to trafficking. These five principles guide the SOAR framework and are woven throughout SOAR training. Read more about Guiding Principles

Inclusive of All Types of Human Trafficking

Trauma-Informed and Person-Centered

Survivor-Informed

Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate

Multidisciplinary

Data-Driven

Videos and Webinars
Human Trafficking and the Opioid Crisis
Human Trafficking and Faith-Based Organizations
Human Trafficking and Individuals With Disabilities
Resources By Profession
Health Care Providers

Health Care Providers

Health Care Providers
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Survivor Leaders

Survivor Leaders
Public Health Professionals

Public Health Professionals

Public Health Professionals
Behavioral Health Providers

Behavioral Health Providers

Behavioral Health Providers
Social Service Providers

Social Service Providers

Social Service Providers
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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement
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Legal Aid

Legal Aid