Guiding Principles

HEAL Trafficking:

  1. Engages in work that combats all forms of human trafficking
  2. Supports trafficked people of all genders, ages, races/ethnicities, religions, origins, cultures, and sexual orientations
  3. Believes all trafficked persons deserve access to a full range of health care including medical, mental/behavioral health, reproductive health, dental, and substance use disorder treatment services
  4. Approaches human trafficking from a public health perspective that incorporates a socio-ecological framework and prevention strategies
  5. Promotes a survivor-centered, trauma-informed, evidence-based, practice-based approach to anti-trafficking efforts