Know the Signs: Identifying Human Trafficking in Our Backyards
Could you identify a victim of human trafficking in a crowd? In your doctor’s office? In your neighborhood? In a hotel or airport? Human sex and labor trafficking affects minors and adults, people of all races, genders, and countries of origin. This modern form of slavery is a multi-billion-dollar-a-year underground industry that affects the most vulnerable members of our communities—and it happens in our neighborhoods and backyards every day.
Join us for an important training and conversation with Angella McMahan, RN, a sexual assault nurse examiner from UH Rainbow Babies & Children'sHospital. You’ll learn about the landscape of human trafficking in our own backyards and how you can identify victims of human trafficking.
Pending approval, social workers can earn 2 free CEU credits by attending.
This is part of Preterm’s Monthly Community Event Series, so it’s free and open to the public! No RSVP necessary. Parking is available in the Preterm parking lot. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by Preterm Cleveland Ohio
12000 Shaker Blvd
Cleveland, OH 44120
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