Monday, June 2, 2014

Human trafficking conference examines resources, process

By Rachel Chinapen
Register Staff
NEW HAVEN >> A health care provider may easily identify a patient as a victim of human trafficking but may not know how to intervene when the trafficker is pacing around the waiting room right outside, said Barbara Moynihan.
“You can do the resources in the community ... you can do all of that ... but what do we do at the moment we know it’s happened to her or him?” asked Moynihan, co-founder of anti-trafficking group The Starfish Project.

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