A recording of our March Capacity Building Webinar for Human Trafficking Service Providers on “Provision of Victim-Centered and Trauma Informed Services” is now available.Participants gained information on how outreach, identification, and service provision to victims of trafficking can be positively impacted by implementing strategies that utilize trauma-informed approaches.

When victims and the public know where to get more information, they are likely to be less anxious.

Timely, accurate, and thoughtful information decreases opportunities for speculation and rumor and can help victims understand what has and is occurring, allowing them to begin to process the event and start the recovery process.

She is the director of victim services, outreach, and training at the Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault in South Carolina.

A recording of our January Expert Q&A session on “What You Need To Know From Survivors About Trauma-Informed Programming” is now available for viewing, along with a copy of the Power Point, on our Expert Q&A page.

Resources include checklists for OVC-funded training, design templates, and best practices for self-paced and blended online trainings.

In addition, the OVC Instructional Design Standards have been updated for OVC grantees who are developing training.

This quarter’s OVC Human Trafficking Grantee Spotlight highlights the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, International Institute of Buffalo, and The Salvation Army Wake County: Project FIGHT.

The OVC Human Trafficking Grantee Spotlight highlights the work and promising practices of OVC's Human Trafficking Grantees in serving victims of human trafficking and provides a space for grantees to relate to, identify with, and further engage with one another, the anti-trafficking community, and our many allied partners.

A recording of our May Capacity Building Webinar for Human Trafficking Service Providers on “Family Reunification” is now available.