The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center, through its SOAR to Health and Wellness Training Program, invites organizations to form teams for a free, six-week training opportunity and technical assistance package to strengthen your organization’s substance use treatment and referral system for survivors of human trafficking. Training will cover the creation of action plans that identify opportunities for responding to trafficking within an existing service delivery model; empowering staff; the development of response protocols and resources; partnerships with community stakeholders as part of a holistic approach to assist survivors and prevent human trafficking; and the gathering and analyzing of data to improve programs and policies. Register by June 18.

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