A symposium on shelters, safe homes, aftercare programs,
and other responses to serving victims of the sex trafficking industry, presented by Transitions on September 29, 2012 in Greenwood Village, CO. The symposium will specifically cover what key issues are at stake and what is needed to provide successful aftercare and restoration to the survivors of sex trafficking.
Featured speakers and experts in the field of human trafficking, aftercare, and restoration will include: Tovah Means, who serves on Transitions’ Advisory board (TovahMeans.org), Stacia Freeman, Executive Director of Abolition International and director of Abolition International Trafficking Shelter Association (AbolitionalInternational.org), Katherine Chon, Co-Founder and Director Emeritus of Polaris Project in Washington, D.C. (PolarisProject.org), Helen Sworn, Founder and International Director of Chab Dai (ChabDai.org), and James Pond, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Transitions (TransitionsGlobal.org).
Topics will include: “Trauma Informed Care for Sex Trafficking Survivors,” “The State of Shelters, Accountability, and the Trafficking Shelter Association,” “Strategic Planning for Shelters, Safe Homes, and Aftercare,” “What Excellence Looks Like,” “How Do We Know We Are Effective?,” “Faith in Practice.”
Are you wondering if you should attend? This symposium is intended for: Those who currently provide domestic or international aftercare; Those interested in creating an aftercare facility or program; Those who desire to work in the aftercare arena; Those concerned about the critical need for successful restoration.
SPECIFIC DETAILS HERE: http://www.therestorationmovement.org/Home_Page.html
SIGN UP HERE: http://www.therestorationmovement.org/Registration.html
If you have any questions about the Symposium, please contact Pam Harvey at Pam.Harvey@TransitionsGlobal.org
***Transitions is an organization that provides holistic and innovative long-term aftercare for adolescent girls who have been rescued from sex trafficking. The Naropa Community Art Studio – International (NCAS-I) formed a partnership with Transitions in 2011 and traveled to Cambodia to work with the organization in May of 2012. The NCAS-I looks forward to a continued partnership with Transitions and fully supports their mission.
All information gathered from TransitionsGlobal.org