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Identifying and Responding to Trafficked and Exploited Youth in Ohio - Cincinnati
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When: Friday, April 26, 2019
8:30 AM
Where: United States

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This training will provide child welfare, juvenile justice, and allied professionals with the tools to be able to identify and support trafficked children and youth. Children involved in child welfare and juvenile justice are especially vulnerable to exploitation by traffickers due to their potentially unstable living situation, past traumatic experiences, and lack of a strong support network. This training will include a “Human Trafficking 101” portion to define human trafficking, review key state and federal laws, and discuss what human trafficking can look like in Ohio. This training will help professionals understand the risks and characteristics of child trafficking, the victim-trafficker relationship, and the complex needs of survivors. This training will also include information on how to utilize Ohio’s Safe Harbor Law to serve child trafficking survivors. Discussion will include human trafficking screening, trauma-informed care, and how to utilize a multi-disciplinary team approach to serving survivors. Throughout the training, the trainer(s) will provide examples, case studies, and activities to help professionals better understand the nuances of human trafficking.

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Child Focus, Inc

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Child Focus Training Center

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4633-B Aicholtz Road

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