Because human trafficking is a public health issue
Explore the sections below to find training materials, guidebooks, speaker opportunities, and publications from medical journals and newspapers. Share these resources to train and educate physicians on current events and research in trafficking issues. We encourage our community to see human trafficking as a critical medical problem and ourselves as major players in healing it.
This systems toolkit is designed to help professionals working in health care settings develop a protocol to respond to potential victims of human trafficking who present to their facility. To receive a copy of HEAL's New Protocol Toolkit,
The fight against trafficking benefits from the multi-pronged efforts of non-profit organizations, government divisions, and academic centers. These groups work on local, national, and international levels to support and protect trafficking survivors. Together, they form linkages that connect and strengthen
This section provides a range of information about human trafficking. It includes media articles, major reports from federal agencies and other key organizations, and a curated list of articles from the peer-reviewed medical literature.
This page includes articles, research, reports, and resources on child labor. Owens, C., Dank, M., Breaux, J., Bañuelos, I., Farrell, A., Pfeffer, R., … & McDevitt, J. (2014). Understanding the organization, operation, and victimization process of labor trafficking in the