Dr. Jennifer Bradford is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS). She is board certified in Family Medicine and earned her Master of Public Health while completing a Preventive Medicine Residency at UMMS. Dr. Bradford started her career at the Homeless Outreach and Advocacy Program (HOAP) in Worcester, MA where she noted patients with a triad of homelessness, substance use disorder, and history of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). Through community engagement, she became aware of the profound adverse impact that CSE has on the individual and community. Currently, she is launching a clinic that provides medical, behavioral health, and case management care for survivors of commercial sexual exploitation. In addition, she has grant funding through UMMS to provide survivors of commercial sexual exploitation with peer recovery coach training and opportunities to mentor other survivors. Dr. Bradford’s other clinical roles include Medical Director of Community Healthlink Detox program and physician at Spectrum Health Systems where she offers substance abuse treatment in both outpatient and inpatient settings.