SOAR for Individuals

Want to learn more about how to identify and respond to human trafficking and better serve your patients, clients, and families who may be at risk of trafficking or experiencing human trafficking? NHTTAC offers a variety of free online and in-person trainings designed to help individuals effectively identify and respond to trafficking. Each training discusses the SOAR framework and how to apply it where you work to identify individuals who are at risk of, currently experiencing, or have experienced trafficking and connect them with the resources they need.

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SOAR Online

A foundational series of online CE/CME training modules that can be completed whenever, wherever you like. Topics include the SOAR framework, trauma-informed care, culturally and linguistically appropriate services, red flags, barriers to identification, screening, universal education, protocol development, and building a multidisciplinary response, as well as a variety of resources. Learn more and register for a course.


SOAR to Health and Wellness

A foundational live, interactive training that is available as a 2-hour in-person training and a 1.5-hour virtual training. This training is ideal for groups, including organizations, national and regional conferences, and convenings. CE/CMEs are available upon request for the 2-hour in-person training. To request this training, please submit your information here or call our Customer Support Center.



A live, interactive, skills-building training for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE), Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners (SAFE), forensic nurse examiners, or other health care providers who work with patients who may have experienced sexual violence as part of their trafficking exploitation. Delivered in partnership with the International Association of Forensic Nurses, upcoming delivery of this accredited training will be on the NHTTAC Calendar when dates and locations are confirmed.