The National Health Network on Intimate Partner Violence and Human Trafficking, a project of Futures Without Violence, works with health centers and systems to support those at risk of experiencing or surviving intimate partner violence (IPV) or human trafficking (HT) and to bolster prevention efforts. The network offers health centers training on trauma-informed services, building partnerships, policy development, and the integration of processes designed to promote prevention and referrals to supportive services for individuals at risk for, experiencing, or surviving IPV and HT.
TTA Point of Contact: ipvhealthpartners@
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