Human Trafficking Leadership Academy: Class 7, Seminar 3

The Human Trafficking Leadership Academy (HTLA) is committed to developing and expanding survivor-informed services while also providing leadership development opportunities to survivor leaders and ally professionals. Fellows work collaboratively to provide substantive recommendations that will inform research, policies, and programs that improve awareness, understanding, and assistance to survivors of trafficking or those at risk of trafficking.

Fellows will use new leadership skills to work with their class in developing recommendations that will inform new research, policies, and programs that improve awareness, understanding, and assistance to survivors of human trafficking and those who are at risk of experiencing human trafficking. Selected candidates for Class 7 will work together to address the project question: "How can federally funded human trafficking service providers address institutional inequities and barriers to accessing services for survivors of human trafficking? How can these networks improve their response to human trafficking for communities of color?"

Note: This event is not open to the public. For more information, visit NHTTAC’s page on the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy.

Event Date

United States

Training Type
Target Audience
Behavioral health professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health/substance use counselors)
Child welfare (state agency staff; child welfare contractors; non-profit personnel)
Educators (teachers, professors, school administrators)
Health care (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentist, nurses, pharmacists)
Housing (case workers, shelter directors, public housing authority agencies)
Public health (health department staff, health care executive, community health workers)
Social worker (case manager, school counselor, supervisor, administrator)
Survivors of human trafficking
Victim service providers
Training Topic
Community Partnerships
Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)
Survivor Involvement
Trauma-Informed Approach
Vulnerable Populations (specify below)
Vulnerable Population(s)
Communities of color; LGBTQIA+