The Department of Health and Human Services’ National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center will offer free training March 4-5 in Nashville to help health care teams identify and respond to the needs of human trafficking victims and survivors. Health care leaders can apply through Feb. 7 for a team from their organization to participate. For more on the event, a partnership with AHA, click here.  

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