Human trafficking is the illegal recruitment, trade or harboring of another, through the use of coercion, abduction, force, threat or deception and for the purpose of exploitation.
In short, human trafficking is the modern day equivalent to slavery.
Victims of human trafficking are often sheltered from the outside world, and a victim’s visit to a health center may be their only chance at finding help for months or years. As such, it is critical that staff at these facilities are properly trained to identify and assist victims of human trafficking.
Arizona Family Health Partnership is committed to providing comprehensive and up-to-date training and information to help identify and provide care and resources to victims of human trafficking.
Purchase The Human Trafficking Victim Identification Toolkit For Providers.