service provision for survivors
Welcome to Module 2
Welcome to Service Provision for Survivors, the second module in an online training on human trafficking.
In this module, you will learn about the acute, intermediate, and long-term needs of survivors; the intersection of human trafficking with domestic violence and sexual assault; and how to use a survivor-centered approach in providing services for human trafficking survivors, including case management, safety planning, screening, interviewing, and service planning. Particular attention is given to service provision for survivors within underserved, unserved, and marginalized populations.
Upon completing this module, you will be able to:
- Describe the impact of human trafficking on survivors and how these impacts may present in individuals who have been trafficked.
- Consider the needs, protections, and considerations unique to human trafficking survivors for service provision that support short-, medium-, and long-term care.
- Explain the role of culture and language in service provision for survivors.
- Discuss how human trafficking intersects with sexual assault and domestic violence.
- Determine the needs of survivors of diverse backgrounds (e.g., culturally and linguistically diverse survivors, foreign born survivors, underserved and unserved populations).
- Detail a survivor-centered approach in working with both foreign-born and domestic survivors of human trafficking.