HTR3 Webinar: Outreach to Domestic Labor Trafficking Victims and Survivors

Presents information on conducting outreach to domestic labor trafficking survivors. Tools to assist in identifying and screening potential victims are presented. Outreach strategies, integrating labor trafficking prevention tools, and the importance of developing and implementing a successful referral process are also discussed. The objective of the webinar include: (1) identify tools to effectively screen potential youth victims of labor trafficking; (2) share strategies to effectively reach out to youth victims of labor trafficking; (3) learn how to integrate labor trafficking prevention tools into existing programs; and (4) understand the importance of making effective referrals for youth victims of labor trafficking.

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Runaway and Homeless Youth Training & Technical Assistance Center
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