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Service to Victims

The Philadelphia Anti-Trafficking Coalition (PATC) aims to coordinate an appropriate response to the needs of victims and seeks to make available a wide range of services by creating a network of agencies that can properly assist them. Chaired by Covenant House Pennsylvania, the coalition was founded in 2005 and convenes bi-monthly to discuss the efforts to fight human trafficking.

PATC’s main focus currently centers on the increased outreach efforts toward vulnerable populations as well as training events for those likely to encounter or provide services to victims. Other projects include protocols, a language bank, and a resource guide for trafficking in Philadelphia.


Training for Service Providers & Community Organizations

{Human Trafficking: The Basics}

This training will provide basic information on what is human trafficking, what it looks like in your community, and how to respond.  The training can be tailored to the needs of your group or agency. The minimum time required for this training is 60 minutes, and the training can be as long as 180 minutes.


{Human Trafficking: Outreach}

This training will provide a basic knowledge on how to identify where human trafficking victims are in your community and how to safely outreach to human trafficking victims. This training is an advance training attendees should have a basic knowledge of human trafficking. This training can be tailored to the individual needs of a community. The training requires a minimum time of 120 minutes and can be as long as 320 minutes.

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