Recognizing and responding to signs and behaviors that may be associated with human trafficking. Includes information about the types of human trafficking, contexts, victims, criminals, reports and legal actions.
Michigan health professionals who must take Human Trafficking training pursuant to MCL 333.16148 for renewal or initial licensure. This is a one time training, however some health professions require ongoing continuing education regarding Human Trafficking. See your profession's administrative rules.
- Understand the types, venues, and dynamics of human trafficking in the United States and Michigan
- Describe the impacts of human trafficking in the United States and Michigan
- Recognize risk factors, warning signs, and indicators of human trafficking that may be observed in adults and minors in healthcare settings
- List assessment tools that can be used to identify human trafficking victims
- Discuss the importance of using a trauma-informed approach when screening victims of human trafficking
- Describe mandated reporter obligations and resources for reporting suspected human trafficking in Michigan
- Identify resources for legal and social services available to victims of human trafficking in Michigan