Service Provision through Their Eyes:
A Conference on Human Trafficking
Saturday, June 2 • 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
8:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
Goals for the day:
Provide awareness of the community impact of global human trafficking
Provide education on the dynamics of sexual victimization from a
global perspective incorporating multiculturalism and religiosity
Provide understanding to criminal, civil and social service providers
on how to improve success in service provision
Address issues of compassion fatigue for criminal, civil and
social service providers.
Looking Beneath the Surface:
An American Teen’s Story of Modern Day Slavery
Keynote Speaker: Theresa Flores, LSW, MSeD
• Human Trafficking Survivor • Author and Keynote Speaker
• Victim’s Advocate • Director of Education & Training for Gracehaven House
Ms. Flores has been a licensed Social Worker for over 20 years. She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Education from University of Dayton and a Bachelor’s of Social Work from Ball State University. She is the spokes woman and Director of Education & Training for Gracehaven House, a 10-bed long-term faith based care and rehabilitation home for young girls under the age of 18 who have been victimized by human trafficking. Author of “The Sacred Bath” and “The Slave Across the Street,” she is a much sought after international speaker and lectures on many aspects of Human Trafficking from both a personal perspective as well as a professional expert. She has trained children services workers, judges, probations officers and guest lectures at universities across the USA; as well as speaking with middle and high school students nationwide.
A Deeper Look/Best Practices:
Law enforcement perspective:
A Cultural Perspective to
Human Trafficking: Barbara Chakanyuka
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