7 Things You Need to Know Before Starting a Home Based Program for Victim/ Survivors of Sex Trafficking

A unique survivor inspired perspective from a state certified, home-based direct service provider of adult female victims of human sex trafficking. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of safety planning, trauma informed care, community collaboration, cultural competency, and a standard of care for victims of sex trafficking.




Outline/Structure of the Case Study

Lecture format

Learning Outcome

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • Co-occuring issues related to trafficking (substance abuse, mental health, etc.)
  • Advocate boundaries and safety considerations
  • Safety planning with victim/ survivors
  • Standards of care for victim/ survivors
  • Determination of services and resources needed in providing direct services to victim/ survivors
  • Creating strategic partnerships and collaboration in the community to combat human trafficking and provide high quality services for victim/survivors
  • Trauma informed care and programming for victim/ survivors

Target Audience

Victim advocates, medical and mental health professionals, law enforcement


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