Starting in January 2018, STAC will be working with the FL Department of Health, Dr. Suzanne Harrison of the FSU College of Medicine and local County Health Departments to carry out training of our local public health and other healthcare providers locally. If you’re interested in training, please fill out our online training request form.
Healthcare professionals have a vital role to play in identifying and helping human trafficking victims as the feedback from this program in Sacramento,CA so clearly shows:
“There have been an abundance of transformative moments for me in my training as a Resident with the Mercy/Methodist Family Medicine Program, but as a female provider and, more importantly, a human being, none have been quite as earth shattering in nature as my work with survivors of human trafficking …” Read more
“One woman we brought to Mercy Family Health Center, had a history of 25 pimps, and childhood sexual abuse. She was fearful of doctors and had never had a health exam … This intervention saved her life!” Read more
“… Women who have never received such compassionate and understanding care, can now trust and believe in the medical system because of this team …” Read more
“…The women we serve are enjoying success, instead of constant struggle, because of the great work of (Dr. Chambers’) team …” Read more
“The overall professionalism, warmth, sensitivity and genuine concern of staff at Mercy Family Health Center(MFHC) has been amazing to witness. From the first day I took my client in, she noticed a complete change in service from her previous provider, she was in utter shock at the kindness she received from everyone…” Read more
If you’re interested in our training for healthcare providers, please fill out our online training request form.