Human trafficking is the exploitation of individuals through the use of force, fraud and coercion. It's often referred to as modern day slavery and is a significant public health concern in this country and in New Hampshire. Healthcare providers are in a unique position to identify victims of human trafficking as well as provide medical treatment, assessment and referrals. Come learn about human trafficking in New Hampshire as well as what healthcare providers can do to assist in anti-trafficking efforts.
Director of New Hampshire Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force
Director of Human Services for Merrimack County Advocacy Center, Founder of Brigid’s House of Hope
Michelle Poirier, BSN, RN, SANE- A
Concord Hospital Emergency Department