Human Trafficking Response and Social Disparities Training
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Human Trafficking and Social Disparities Resources and Organizations

HTRSD.ORG is fundamentally committed to helping address the human trafficking and social disparity issues that harm our families, our communities, our nation, and ultimately, the entire global community. We have created this section of our site to share links to useful resources and assist like-minded organizations to share the work they are doing to address these critical issues.   

NJ Department of Law & Public Safety

www.nj.gov/oag/dcj

Resources and videos on awareness, education, and available help related to human trafficking in the state of New Jersey. 

Futures Without Violence

www.futureswithoutviolence.org

For more than 30 years, FUTURES has been providing groundbreaking programs, policies, and campaigns that empower individuals and organizations working to end violence against women and children around the world.

End Violence Against Women International

www.evawintl.org

End Violence Against Women International envisions a world where gender-based violence is unacceptable; where perpetrators are held accountable, and victims receive the compassion, support, and justice they deserve.

WOAR

www.woar.org

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.

Polaris – Facts on Human Trafficking

polarisproject.org

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.

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program

www.dea.gov/hidta

 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.

HTRSD.ORG continuing nursing education is approved by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the (ANCC) American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

All State Boards of Nursing accept the Virginia Nurses Association Approval (with the exception of California)

HTRSD.ORG is approved by the following State Boards of Nursing:

  • Alabama Board of Nursing - (provider # ABNP 1525, Effective 03/16/18 to 03/16/22)
  • Arkansas Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • District of Columbia Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • Florida Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • Georgia Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • New Mexico Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • South Carolina Board of Nursing - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.
  • West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses - (provider # 50-23867). HTRSD.ORG submits all continuing education records to CEBROKER after successful course completion.