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 the HEAL network and anti-trafficking efforts around the world. Explore this network through the pages below.
Universities and medical schools have organized coalitions of students and faculty and published resources for physicians.
Medical societies and associations that have declared public policy and position statements against human trafficking.
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Many federal agencies are involved in implementing the Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States.
Coalitions, health centers, and non-profit organizations target legislative reform, rehabilitation, and healthcare for trafficking victims.