Online Training & Resources:

2023 Summit to End Human Trafficking Law Enforcement Training

NHTH & HHS Trainings

NHTH Trainings

The following trainings are interactive. Click on the link below to start. To begin the training and listen to the voiceover, click Play. You may also click Pause to click through the slides and navigate the session at your own pace. The voiceover text will appear in the Notes tab on the right.

Getting Started

Building a Local Crisis Response to Human Trafficking

Coalition Building

Creating a Community Response to Trafficking

Human Trafficking Public Outreach Campaigns

National Human Trafficking Hotline (NHTH) Training

NGOs – Key Partners for Law Enforcement

Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in a Health Care Context

Strategies for Giving Public Presentations on Human Trafficking

Using the Stages of Change Model

What to Expect When You Call the NHTH

Working with Law Enforcement

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking 101

Human Trafficking and Intersections with Code Compliance

Human Trafficking: An Introduction for Military, Civilians, and Contractors

Human Trafficking in Rural Communities

Intersections of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence

Recognizing Human Trafficking Victim Experiences

Temporary Visa Programs and the Risk of Human Trafficking

Trauma-Informed Human Trafficking Screenings

Working with Foreign National Adult Victims of Trafficking

Sex Trafficking

An Overview of Child Sex Trafficking

Gang-Involved Sex Trafficking

Labor Trafficking

Human Trafficking and Traveling Sales Crews

Human Trafficking in Agricultural Labor

Human Trafficking in Domestic Servitude

Child Trafficking

Human Trafficking and Runaway and Homeless Youth

Human Trafficking Awareness for Educators

Safe Harbor Laws: A Systemic Approach to Addressing Child Sex Trafficking

Working with Foreign National Child Victims of Trafficking

Foreign Language Trainings

La Traite des Personnes & L’esclavage Moderne (French)

La Trata de Personas y La Esclavitud Moderna (Spanish)

ONGs y Socios Claves (Spanish)

Please find below, links to select pre-recorded webinars originally hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Anti-Human Trafficking in Persons Division from 2007 to the present. Click on the link/videos below to watch and listen.

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Combating Human Trafficking

Combatting Human Trafficking | U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division

Human Trafficking and the Media | Break the Chain Campaign

Human Trafficking Training | Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Justice for Trafficking Victims | Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center

Reducing Demand for Commercial Sex │Standing Against Global Exploitation (SAGE) Project

State Anti-Human Trafficking Legislation | Polaris

Immigration Remedies

Continued Presence – Role of Federal Law Enforcement  | U.S. Department of Homeland Security (U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement)

How T and U visas Can Assist Trafficking Victims │U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Minors and Runaway & Homeless Youth

Assisting Foreign Child Trafficking Victims | U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Conducting Street Outreach to Runaway, Homeless, and Street Youth | Family & Youth Services Bureau, Administration for Children and Families

Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking | Shared Hope International

Trauma-Informed Care and FYSB Outcomes for Runaway and Homeless Youth │Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center


Community Health Centers | Health Resources and Services Administration

Conducting Direct Outreach to Victims of Human Trafficking | Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition and Westminster Police Dept.

Conducting Outreach on Human Trafficking to Immigrant Communities | Tapestri

Coordinated Community Response | Children’s Advocacy Center – Suffolk County Police Department

Engaging Volunteers in Anti-Trafficking Outreach | Global Center for Women and Justice

How to Assist American Indian Sex Trafficking Victims │ Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center

Leveraging Resources to Serve Victims of Human Trafficking | Thai Community Development Center

Victim Identification and Assistance

Cultural Considerations in Assisting Victims of Human Trafficking | National Multicultural Institute

Effects of Trauma on Trafficking Victims and Challenges to Recovery | National Center for Trauma Informed Care

Enhancing Resiliency Among Trafficking Victims | Trauma Resource Institute

Returning Home, Reintegration and Family Reunification for Foreign Human Trafficking Victims in the United States | U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Role of State Refugee Coordinators in Assisting Trafficking Victims | Texas Health & Human Services Commission

Trauma informed Case Management with Foreign National Children and Youth Survivors of Trafficking

Safety Planning with Foreign National Children and Youth Survivors of Trafficking