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Virtual: SOAR to Health and Wellness (July)

By applying a public health approach, the 1.5- SOAR to Health and Wellness training seeks to build the capacity of providers to identify and respond to the complex needs of individuals who are at risk of trafficking, currently experiencing trafficking, or who have experienced trafficking. 

 

After completing the SOAR to Health and Wellness training, learners will be able to:

  • Describe the types of trafficking in the United States Recognize possible indicators of trafficking
  • Screen and identify individuals who have experienced trafficking
  • Describe the types of trafficking in the United States Recognize possible indicators of trafficking
  • Screen and identify individuals who have experienced trafficking

 

This 1.5-hour workshop will be conducted virtually through Adobe Connect.

Event Date
Time
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Location

United States

Training Type
Online
Target Audience
Behavioral health professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health/substance use counselors)
Child welfare (state agency staff; child welfare contractors; non-profit personnel)
Corrections Based Services
Criminal justice (e.g., law enforcement, prosecutors, probation, court)
Educators (teachers, professors, school administrators)
Health care (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentist, nurses, pharmacists)
Housing (case workers, shelter directors, public housing authority agencies)
Legal (civil and/or rights-based attorney and/or paralegal, clinic)
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)
Organizational Protocols, Policies, and Procedures
SOAR Framework
Survivor Involvement
Trauma-Informed Approach