“Hope for Hard to Reach Youth and Weary Allies” — Human Trafficking Training
“Hope for Hard to Reach Youth and Weary Allies”
Join SOS CASA of The Flint Hills on May 26 for a training from Wichita State University Center For Combating Human Trafficking on “Hope for Hard to Reach Youth and Wary Allies”. SOS encourages anyone working with kids to attend this FREE training! Teachers, Social Workers, Nurses, Foster Parents, Law Enforcement, Advocates and Anyone working with children!
Effectively engaging hard to reach youth in the change process is challenging at best, and confusing, overwhelming, frustrating, and exhausting at worst!
“Hope for Hard to Reach Youth and Weary Allies” is designed to provide perspective, direction, skill building, and hope for those working with at risk and trafficked youth (including runaway, homeless, and street youth). Participants will learn how evidence based practices, such as Positive Youth Development, Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and Harm Reduction, can provide clarity and direction when engaging youth.
The training will take place at Flint Hills Technical School and will feature Wichita State University Center for Combating Human Trafficking. The training is scheduled for 9am to 5pm, with lunch being on your own.
For more information on “Hope for Hard to Reach Youth and Wary Allies”, contact Dena Russell, Director of SOS CASA of The Flint Hills at 620-343-2744 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seat are limited, so please RSVP to reserve yours!
(Please be considerate of others when registering, limited seating also means limited number of registrants. If you sign up and do not attend, others will not have the opportunity to join us!)
Registration Deadline: May 15, 2017
Registration Fee: $0
Lunch: We will break for 1 hour, and lunch will be on your own.
To register click here.