80% of human trafficking survivors report being seen in some form of health care, while only 6% of health care providers report treating a victim of human trafficking.
Time: 5:30PM to 7:00PM
Location: Boston University Kilachand Center, 610 Commonwealth Ave
Sponsored By: Boston University Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health
80% of human trafficking survivors report being seen in some form of health care, while only 6% of health care providers report treating a victim of human trafficking. Health care and social service providers play a crucial role in disrupting the cycle of trafficking. This cycle starts at an early age with children in the child welfare system being disproportionately affected by sex trafficking. It is important for these agencies and social services to collaborate in order to identify trafficked persons and support survivors.
Nikki Valila, Director of Training, My Life My Choice, Justice Resource Institute
Jennifer Martin, LICSW, Staff Clinician, Project Reach, The Trauma Center, Justice Resource Institute
Additional panelists to be announced
**1.5 free Social Work CEUs available**
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