February Virtual SOAR to Health and Wellness with CE/CMEs (English)

Join us for a free 2-hour live SOAR to Health and Wellness training on February 17, 2021 from 1-3pm (eastern) that teaches providers how to identify and respond to human trafficking. This training offers the following continuing education/continuing medical education (CE/CME) credits:

  • Physicians – maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • Pharmacists/Pharmacy Technicians – 2.0 contact hours (0.2 CEUs)
  • Psychologists – 2.0 CE credits
  • Nurses – 2.0 contact hours
  • Dentists – 2.0 CE credits
  • Social Workers – 2.0 cultural competency CE credits
  • Public Health Professionals – 2.0 CPH credits
  • Health Education Specialists – 2.0 entry-level CECH
  • Healthcare Team – 2.0 Interprofessional Continuing Education credits

If the credits above do not match your needs, after the training you can access a generic CE/CME certificate for non-physicians or submit your certificate of completion to your local board to request that the board accept the training as credit for your profession.

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

  • Describe the types of human trafficking and potential risk factors
  • Identify individual and environmental indicators of trafficking
  • Screen and identify individuals who may have experienced trafficking
  • Utilize a trauma-informed, person-centered, multidisciplinary approach
  • Assess the unique needs of individuals who have experienced trafficking
  • Deliver appropriate services to individuals who have experienced trafficking
  • Share the importance of trafficking awareness and responsiveness with others in your work environment

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Event Date

United States

T/TA Modality
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
T/TA Topic
Community Partnerships
Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)
Organizational Protocols, Policies, and Procedures
SOAR Framework
Survivor Involvement
Trauma-Informed Approach