3-PARRT (Providers Assessing Risk and Responding to Trafficking) modules guide healthcare providers in overcoming an educational gap to help end child trafficking. NAPNAP Partners for Vulnerable Youth is committed to working with educators to improve awareness of trafficking among all healthcare providers.
Up to 87 percent of human trafficking victims have encountered a healthcare professional without being identified. Now is your chance to learn about human trafficking, especially related to children, adolescents and teens, so you are ready to help a victim in your practice setting. Don’t be fooled – trafficking happens in every state and every community.
Human Trafficking 101, educates participants about this $32 billion criminal industry and its prevalence in all communities and sectors of our society. Participants will also learn how to recognize the signs of human trafficking in child victims and understand situations and challenges that make kids susceptible to trafficking predators. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to:
- Define human trafficking (HT) and explore language related to HT
- Discuss the prevalence of human trafficking internationally and in the U.S.
- Identify risk factors related to HT
- Describe common processes of HT recruitment
This course is intended to educate and equip pediatric care providers to identify potential victims of child trafficking in the clinical setting and provide appropriate, timely, safe intervention using principles of both Trauma-Informed and Culturally Responsive Care.
- Identify risk factors and potential signs of sex trafficking and labor trafficking in pediatric patients who present for care in a healthcare setting.
- Summarize and assess immediate health care needs of identified pediatric trafficking patients and those at risk for trafficking.
- Integrate multi-disciplinary care models to aid in pediatric trafficking patient treatment and recovery.
- Identify available resources for trafficked children and those at risk of trafficking.
This course is intended to educate and equip pediatric care providers on the prevention of child trafficking.
- Develop organizational protocols for labor and domestic minor sex trafficking
- Identify multidisciplinary community stakeholders of trafficking
- Identify and explain efforts to combat labor and domestic minor sex trafficking
- Implement, monitor and evaluate organizational protocols for labor and domestic minor sex trafficking
- Integrate available labor and domestic minor sex trafficking prevention strategies into practice