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Human Trafficking and Social Disparities Blog

The Human Trafficking and Social Disparities Blog provides news, insight, and other information on social issues that impact the health, safety, and freedoms of individuals and demographic groups, both in the United States and across the world.

A Heroin Addict’s Daily Routine

A Heroin Addict's Daily Routine. Most people have no unearthly idea the amount of discipline it takes to be a Heroin addict. Many of us might think that an active using Heroin Addict is lazy but they are certainly not! I have worked with enough heroin addicts to...

Trauma Informed Care For Addicts

Trauma Informed Care For Addicts. I have worked with enough drug addicts to know that Trauma Informed Care is highly necessary to incorporate into helping the person get into recovery and remain there. If 59% of all adults have experienced at least one Adverse...

Opioid Summaries by State

Opioid Summaries by State

Opioid Summaries by State. The National Institute of Drug Abuse has developed a very interesting chart showing the frequency of opioid-Involved overdose deaths. The chart doesn't lead to any direct conclusions, but it certainly alerts to the frequency of opioid...

Social Disparity Resources


Although slavery is commonly thought to be a thing of the past, human traffickers generate hundreds of billions of dollars in profits by trapping millions of people in horrific situations around the world, including here in the U.S. Traffickers use violence, threats, deception, debt bondage, and other manipulative tactics to force people to engage in commercial sex or to provide labor or services against their will.


WOAR is a non-profit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whose mission is to eliminate all forms of sexual violence through specialized treatment services, comprehensive prevention education programs, and advocacy for the rights of victims of sexual assault.


The HIDTA program was created by Congress with the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 to provide assistance to Federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies operating in areas determined to be critical drug-trafficking regions of the United States.