The MILLA Project provides industry specific anti-trafficking training and workshops.
Globally, there are over 20.9 million victims of human trafficking. There is no official estimate of the total number of victims in the United States. However, the annual revenue for trafficking in America is estimated at $32 billion, which accounts for one fifth of the total revenue worldwide. The most common forms of domestic trafficking are sex and labor. America is not only a destination stop for foreign born individuals, it also has a growing rate of homegrown interstate trafficking.
Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire are hot spots with high levels of youth sex and labor trafficking.
Contact us now to get a free training in the state of Connecticut!
Training and workshops are customized to your industry.
Health care professionals who receive anti-trafficking training or attend one of our workshops, receive CME or Continued Nursing Education credits.
Learn the latest recruitment methods, trends in victim demographics, and hot spots. Law enforcers who attend our anti-trafficking training or workshops receive Continuing Education credits. (Training is provided by a certified law enforcer instructor).
Professionals who attend our anti-trafficking training or workshops promote social responsibility and protect their business from unknowingly assist a trafficker and are prepared to assist victims if the need arises.
General training is 60 minutes and covers the following information:
Workshops and extensive training options are available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.