Case Management

GenerateHope: a comprehensive treatment model for sex-trafficked women

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Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work study

This paper examines the GenerateHope (GH) residential program and provides early outcome results for residents living at the GH program between six and 12 months. GH has integrated the types of assistance requested by sex-trafficking victims with clinical insights into trauma therapy, in turn establishing a live-in

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Engaging in Conversations with Potential Survivors of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)

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Fact Sheet

Case managers who work with vulnerable youth may find it difficult to engage in conversations with youth who may be survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking and/or Commerical Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) This Fact Sheet offers suggestions on how to build rapport and strengthen relationships with

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Case Management and Working with Survivors of CSEC and Minor Sex Trafficking

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Fact Sheet

Case managers who work with vulnerable youth already provide an array of comprehensive services for their clients. This Fact Sheet addresses additional needs for survivors of Commerical Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and domestic minor sex trafficking.   To download the Fact Sheet, please click the link

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Do’s and Don’ts When Discussing Child Trafficking

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Fact Sheet

When working with vulnerable youth it is important to be empathetic and use empowering, trauma-informed language. Use the following information  to guide your conversation with potentially sex trafficked or commercially sexually exploited children/youth. To download the Fact Sheet, please click the link below: Do’s and Don’ts of

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Making Referrals for Survivors of Commerical Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking

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Fact Sheet

It is important for victims and survivors of child trafficking to receive comprehensive services as part of their care. Developing working relationships with local agencies who provide a variety of services will help in the referral process in order to meet the needs of each trafficked youth.

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