Survivor leaders have unique perspectives and relevant expertise that are critical to the success and impact of our training and technical assistance efforts. All our work is developed in partnership with a diverse group of survivor leaders. Together, we work to:
- Develop and review materials such as toolkits, protocols, and training resources
- Deliver trauma-informed trainings at local, regional, and national events and conferences
- Bring survivor perspective and expertise into everything we do
Become a Survivor-Informed Agency
Survivor-informed agencies are dedicated to offering trauma-informed, person-centered services. We believe that anti-trafficking efforts can only be successful when diverse professionals are involved—especially survivor leaders. That’s because this approach allows organizations and communities to better serve clients, craft programs, identify challenges and opportunities, and achieve agency missions and mandates.
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A survivor-informed practice acknowledges the unique perspectives of survivors with relevant expertise based on knowledge of their trafficking experiences and challenges they have faced in their efforts to regain and rebuild their lives.”
Human Trafficking Leadership Academy, 2017
Survivors play uniquely important roles in combating human trafficking effectively in the U.S. and around the world. As subject matter experts, they provide essential tools that investigators, prosecutors, and communities need to combat and prevent human trafficking.”