Protecting Our Children: Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Training for Out-of-Home Care Professionals
This curriculum utilizes a train-the-trainer model, and was designed for social workers and other professional and paraprofessionals to engage others in learning how to identify, report, and prevent Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) in the community at large and in out-of-home care (OHC) settings (foster care, residential facilities, group homes, drop-in centers, homeless shelters, juvenile justice settings, aftercare programming).
The OHC target audience for the curriculum was chosen due to the frequent contact these providers have with victims, and due to their ability to make a difference. However, the train-the-trainer model also can be used by concerned citizens and for individual, personal, and professional development in regard to outreach education.
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