Supporting sex trafficked, exploited, and at-risk youth in specialized residential settings
Basic staff training on human trafficking
Module 3 - Delivering services for youth who have been sex trafficked or commercially sexually exploited or are at risk
Reviews what trauma is, how it affects youth in this population, and what trauma-informed care and treatment may look like in various settings. It includes how to build trust with youth, why trust is important, and how to support youth who disclose sex trafficking or exploitation, and appropriate steps to take when disclosure occurs. This module includes an interview with trauma expert Celia Williamson, University of Toledo.
Discusses trauma-responsive services and engagement with ST/CSE/at-risk youth in residential settings through interviews with Mary Cowen Bantle, Life House, and Dana Dorn, Milwaukee Academy.
Reviews response and prevention related to issues of recruitment and running away of youth in residential care facilities through interviews with Mary Cowen Bantle, Life House, and Dana Dorn, Milwaukee Academy.
Explains the important role youth and survivor subject matter experts can play in shaping and improving residential care facilities. It also reviews vicarious trauma and staff support for working with youth. This module includes an interview with Bukola Oriola, The Enitan Story.