Resources and Training
Training for Healthcare Professionals
- Office on Trafficking In Persons: Look Beneath the Surface to End Trafficking Campaign
- Stop. Observe. Ask. Respond (SOAR) Human Trafficking Training
- Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in a Healthcare Context
- Department of Homeland Security Human Trafficking Awareness Training
- Department of Homeland Security, Blue Campaign Florida Fact Sheet - Human Trafficking 101 Training
- Florida Department of Law Enforcement Online Training
Information for Healthcare Professionals
- Framework for a Human Trafficking Protocol in Healthcare Settings
- What to Look for in a Healthcare Setting
- Health Problems Seen in Human Trafficking Victims
- Screening Questions to Assess Whether a Person is a Trafficking Victim
- Tips for Identifying and Helping Victims of Human Trafficking
- Information and Resources for Emergency Healthcare Providers
Information for the General Public
- Florida Department of Children and Families – Human Trafficking
- Florida Department of Education - Safe & Healthy Schools
- Florida Department of Health – Refugee Health Program
- Florida Department of Health – Sexual Violence Prevention Program
- Department of Homeland Security - Blue Campaign
- Florida Coalition on Human Trafficking
- Office of the Attorney General Statewide Council on Human Trafficking
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
How to help
Children and adults can be victims of human trafficking. "If you see something, say something."
- If you have information regarding suspected Human Trafficking of a child in Florida contact:
Florida Abuse Hotline 1-800-96-ABUSE (1-800-962-2873).
- If you have information regarding suspected Human Trafficking of an adult anywhere in the United States or of a child outside of Florida please contact:
National Human Trafficking Resource Center 1-888-373-7888.
- Text HELP to 233733 (BEFREE): To get help for victims and surviviors of human trafficking or to connect with local services.
- Visit the National Human Trafficking Hotline online at: https://humantraffickinghotline.org.
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