Through the National Training and Technical Assistance Program (NTTAP), we work to ensure the implementation and institutionalization of anti-trafficking efforts. We provide the following services:
- Conduct trainings, offer consultations and technical assistance, develop specialized curricula,
- Assist task forces, coalitions and advocates with capacity building and sustainability,
- Provide current information on federal and state laws, promising practices, victim identification and assessment and recent human trafficking trends,
Click here to request training or technical assistance. Our direct field experience and knowledge of the U.S. anti-trafficking landscape uniquely positions Polaris Project to provide holistic and in-depth training and technical assistance. The National Training and Technical Assistance Program draws from our expertise gained by operating our direct Client Services Program, U.S. Policy Program, and the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.
Our highly qualified trainers bring diverse expertise and a multidisciplinary perspective to the issue of human trafficking. To request training or technical assistance, please click here.