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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a complex problem. Enhance your capacity to respond.OVC TTAC provides practitioner-driven, evidence-based training and technical assistance (TTA) that is responsive to the particular needs of victim service providers, their communities, and the victims they serve, including a specific focus on human trafficking. The types of TTA include tailored, onsite consultations and trainings in response to specific requests, and a number of online resources, including our e-Guide for newly formed and established multidisciplinary task forces.

Examples of types of support from OVC TTAC:

  • OVC TTAC team provides phone and 6-hour on-site technical assistance consultation to members of a multidisciplinary group interested in forming an human trafficking task force in Ohio. The TA addressed various issues such as task force structure and formation, leadership, and membership.
  • OVC TTAC sends an expert consultant to South Carolina to train approximately 200 mental health care providers, legislators, law enforcement personnel, hotel staff, and other allied professionals on the identification of human trafficking victims. OVC TTAC maintains a consultant database of subject matter experts and trainers nationwide who are selected for TTAs.
  • OVC TTAC provides financial support and facilitates a group of task force members from Texas to visit and shadow an human trafficking victim service organization in Georgia to help the task force design a statewide protocol for comprehensive services to victims of human trafficking.

Take Action

Take Action. If you are a service provider or organization of any kind, please reach out to and ask how we can help you get the training you need to combat human trafficking in your community. Follow the links below for some of the ways in which we can support your human trafficking efforts.


Best Practices in Developing Training Materials (PDF, 167 KB): This fact sheet outlines key adult learning principles that organizations should consider as they develop training and written materials.

Key Considerations for Developing and Assessing Human Trafficking Resources (PDF, 191 KB): This fact sheet can be used for reference when developing human trafficking resources and trainings and to review existing resources to evaluate the information critically and identify its relevancy.