The 2nd Annual Staten Island Human Trafficking Awareness Conference will focus on human trafficking and its intersection to media and healthcare. This will include a special focus on popular social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, and how traffickers utilize these to target vulnerable individuals, especially children. Social media's role in trafficking is an area to gain expertise in in order to better assist potential victims of human trafficking. Research has shown that approximately 68% of human trafficking victims present to health providers at some point while being trafficked making the healthcare setting a prime venue for identification and intervention on behalf of victims. New York State now mandates that health care facilities receive education on identification and intervention for victims of human trafficking. Despite the statistics and mandates, research has shown that healthcare providers do not understand the scope of the problem nor do they know what to do if they encounter a potential victim. This is true on Staten Island as well. We know that victims are trafficked on Staten Island however we also know that we need a unified, multidisciplinary response in order to assist these victims.