Child Human Trafficking Day
Friday, November 21 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Child human trafficking is a problem that is becoming more widespread in the
United States, with the depths of this issue being largely outside the knowledge
of professionals in our community, due to the covert nature of this victimization.
Trafficking affects children and families throughout the United States making
it critical that a deeper understanding is garnered by those who serve child
populations. At the end of this training, participants will understand the correlation
between child sexual assault and risk factors for human trafficking; garnering an
understanding of the correlation between immigration status and human trafficking
vulnerability, best practices, help-seeking behavior and the importance of a
community approach to this social justice issue. This training will benefit healthcare
and mental healthcare service providers, law enforcement, criminal and civil victim advocates, faith based providers and community members in deepening and broadening their understanding of this complex problem.
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Register by November 14