Direct Services to Survivors of Human Trafficking

April 4, 2019
NCCASA, with the assistance of local host, Hyde County Hotline, is pleased to offer a day-long training opportunity: Direct Services to Survivors of Human Trafficking. This training is designed to better prepare those coordinating and providing direct services to survivors of human trafficking, to include advocates, case managers, program directors, outreach specialists, mentors, and related program or shelter staff. It will include detailed information on prevention, outreach, and advocacy with trafficking survivors as well as an in-depth review and explanation of the newly-adopted NC Human Trafficking Commission Standards of Service for Survivors of Human Trafficking — NC’s official document of best practices in the field.

The training will be held Wednesday April 24th in Swan Quarter, NC (Hyde County). The training will be from 9:00am – 4:00pm with registration from 8:45am – 9:00am. There will be an hour break for lunch and light morning and afternoon snacks will be provided.

Please share this information with the members of your local multi-disciplinary teams. This training is free for NCCASA members and their community partners. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email which will have a link to a shelter survey. One person from each agency should complete this survey to better inform our trainers about the shelter options and policies on the ground for each attendee. Please contact NCCASA Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist, Christy Croft at [email protected] if you have any questions about this training.

To register:

Seating is limited to the first 30 registered. Registraions must be recieved by Friday April 19, 2019.