The Salvation Army's U.S. Anti-Trafficking Training Manual
It is possible that health and human service providers encounter trafficking victims without even knowing it. Recognizing this likelihood, and in response to the multifaceted needs of trafficking survivors, The Salvation Army with funding received from the Office for Victims of Crime of the U.S. Department of Justice, has developed a specialized training manual designed to equip social service providers and others to recognize and serve victims of human trafficking.
The training manual provides seven easy to follow hour-long sessions, which include facilitator notes, as well as small group learning exercises. The sessions can be adapted for shorter training times. In addition to the training exercises, a comprehensive resource directory CD contains sample assessment forms, facts on human trafficking, a guide for lawyers, and extensive contact information on the many agencies working to assist trafficking victims. The full manual may be downloaded by clicking here.
To obtain a copy of the resource CD, please contact Penny Matheson at 703-647-4780 or at email@example.com
Hands That Heal International Curriculum
that Heal is a comprehensive, Christian curriculum to train global
caregivers who are frontline providers of aftercare for women, children,
and men that have been trafficked into the commercial sex industry. The
curriculum is the result of a collaboration among more than 40 academicians
and field practitioners from diverse backgrounds and organizations that
address the needs of trafficked individuals. Hands that Heal can
also be used as a tool to inform and inspire churches, communities, organizations,
and individuals around the world to engage in the battle against the injustice
of human trafficking and to help equip them to provide transformational
care to survivors.
are two editions of Hands That Heal.
The Academic Edition is designed as an undergraduate or graduate
course to introduce future caregivers to the wide-ranging needs of
survivors of sex trafficking, as well as to enhance the skills of
current caregivers. The Community-Based Edition utilizes a
participatory training approach that can be used at the local level by
churches, organizations and local community groups around the world.
CCIP Train-the-Trainer Institute Manual
The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Community Intervention Project (CCIP) manual will provide you with all the tools and resources needed to conduct community trainings about the prevention of commercial sexual exploitation of children. CCIP was funded and supported through a grant by the U.S. Department of Justice. CCIP has provided training to over 9,600 medical, social service, law enforcement and first responders across the country. For more information, please contact Frank Massolini at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 312.291.7916. To obtain a copy of the CD, please send an email to email@example.com
Looking Deeper: Respecting Oneself
"Looking Deeper: Respecting Oneself" is a new preventative education workshop for girls ages 11-14, designed to inspire youth to look beyond today's "pop-cultural" messages of hyper-sexuality and to educate and enable youth with self-esteem tools to reduce their chances of victimization by community and online sexual predators and exploiters.
This program is currently funded through Unilever Foundation and the Connecticut Episcopal Diocese and is provided at no cost to organizations in Connecticut. If you would like to schedule a workshop, please contact The Barnaba Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org
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