PATH Collaborative recognizes that healthcare providers are advocates. Together, we can do more to identify and support victims of human trafficking. Our PATH Training is a great place to begin the journey of advocating for your patients in this ongoing battle against human trafficking.


Hear from our excellent trainers on best practices around identifying victims in a healthcare setting. This training encompasses a 1-hour presentation, including a survivor-leader account, emerging research and data, and 2 case presentations. Surveys administered before and after the training will assist in gauging training efficacy to continue advancing healthcare provider awareness and comfort in managing trafficked victims.

Resources for providers

Healthcare providers can make a huge difference in identifying a possible victims of human, sex or labor trafficking. Check of the resources below to see what you can do to help a possible victim of human, labor, or sex trafficking. 

Resources for your patients

Checkout these discrete resources that are available to your patients on human trafficking. Below you will find information on self-identification, local resources, and more.

Frequently asked questions

We offer trainings mainly to groups but can discuss individual trainings if you are interested. Contact us to learn more. 

There is no cost associated with our PATH Collaborative trainings.

Yes, if you are interested in becoming an PATH trainer/instructor you please contact us and we would be more than happy to get you involved.  

Yes, if you are interested in being a partner of PATH Collaborative, please contact us to learn more. 


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