AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence Initiative, in recognition of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, today released a digital toolkit with assets that can be used by hospitals and health systems for the entirety of Human Trafficking Prevention Month. The toolkit includes social graphics, posts and videos for teaching local communities about the dangers of human trafficking; each are available in English and Spanish. More information can be found on AHA’s Combating Human Trafficking page.
 

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