Who We Are: Health care providers improving care for trafficking victims and survivors by providing clinical primary and integrated medical care.
Mission: Strengthen and advance equitable access to survivor centered trauma-informed medical care. This includes promoting equitable access, coordination of care, mitigating health consequences, addressing mental health and advancing prevention strategies.
-Bring clinically focused trainings and resources to directors of clinics, direct service providers and directors of survivor clinic programs.
-Offer consultation to primary care and specialty providers on how to deliver trauma-informed, survivor-centered best practice care for those who have been impacted by human trafficking, addressing this patient populations unique needs in a variety of clinical settings.
-Engage in and facilitate topic-based discussions on the challenges facing provider’s clinic leaders, and trafficking survivors as they interact in the clinical environment. Such as introducing harm reduction, collaborative resources that support resilience and movement toward normalizing the clinical experience.
HEAL Trafficking’s National Clinics Committee is chaired by: Annie Lewis O’Connor N.P., Ph.D. Andrea Reilly M.D. and Jennifer Cox.