Engaging in Conversations with Potential Survivors

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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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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