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Building Capacity to Address Sex Trafficking and Normalcy: Child Welfare Virtual Expo (CWVE) 2016

Explore best practices and effective strategies to address sex trafficking and promote normalcy among children and youth in foster care in these key areas: 

  • Bridging sex trafficking and normalcy 
  • Frameworks and strategies to develop and implement successful, trauma-informed programs to address child and youth sex trafficking  
  • Collecting, using, and sharing data to inform sex trafficking prevention and intervention strategies 
  • Collaborating to improve permanency outcomes for youth 
  • Developmentally appropriate services for children, youth, and young adults in foster care 
  • Considerations and approaches to understanding and implementing normalcy through the congregate care lens 

Ready to Get Started? 

First, select the topics that align with your personal and team interests. Then, watch the videos individually or as a group. Incorporate the videos into team discussions to create a shared understanding of how these topics relate to everyday work and develop action plans to move the work forward. 

Building Capacity to Address Sex Trafficking and Normalcy videos are available on  CapLEARN; registration required. 

Continuing Education Credits

We are pleased to offer social work, clinical psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy continuing education units (CEUs) with this learning experience. A link to purchase CEUs is provided in the description of individual sessions.* 

*Note: The CEU sponsor, R. Cassidy Seminars, maintains responsibility for its CEU program. For more information on the licensing program and requirements, please visit the sponsor’s website

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