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January 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC) is excited to deliver a virtual pilot of our new SOAR training designed for providers who work with foreign national minors younger than age 25. Participants will learn about common tactics that traffickers use to exploit foreign national minors, how to ask about potential trafficking, and the available resources to support foreign national minors who have experienced trafficking during their journey to the United States or while in the United States.
This 1.5-hour pilot leverages the SOAR framework—Stop, Observe, Ask, and Respond, to help providers identify and respond to foreign national minors who have experienced trafficking.
- Explain common reasons why minors migrate to the United States.
- Identify tactics that individuals use to exploit foreign national minors.
- Differentiate potential red flags of trafficking between foreign national minors and U.S. citizens.
- Summarize how children and youth who have experienced trafficking can qualify for federal services and resources.
- Share the importance of trafficking awareness and responsiveness with others in your work environment.