Sex Trafficking Conference: Enhancing Services & Building a Stronger Collaborative

Sex Trafficking Conference:

Enhancing Services & Building a Stronger Collaborative

Thursday, June 28, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (registration 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.)
University Place
310 SW Lincoln St
Portland, OR 97201

No cost

Morning pastries and lunch provided

Register today!

Please distribute this page to your networks of direct support staff, domestic violence, sexual assault and homeless youth continuum providers. 

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Conference Website

This free conference will provide training and important information for service providers in our system who intersect with this population.

Conference Materials

Conference Agenda

Conference Packet


Our Goal

As it states in our title, we wish to enhance services and build a stronger collaborative. We believe it is important to work together to address this issue.

Intended Audience

Direct service providers in the Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Homeless Youth Continuum, and Sex Trafficking Service systems. This includes but is not limited to advocates, case managers, juvenile court counselors, casa's, probation officers, law enforcement, child welfare, and agencies and individuals who work with or may work with this population.

What to expect

A morning of key note speakers from national and local experts. An afternoon of workshop sessions which focus on sex trafficking specific topics in:

Research: National and local

Services: Advocacy, crisis response and case management

Insights from law enforcement: Identification and collaboration

General best practice: Trauma informed care and cultural responsivity

Conference partnership and thank you

Thank you to ACF Family & Youth Services Bureau (#90TV0004)* & Multnomah County Department of Human Services (DCHS) for funding this conference.
Thank you to the Domestic and Sexual Violence Coordination Office at the Department of County Human Services and the Crime Victims Unit of Multnomah County Department of Community Justice for coordinating this conference.

*No federal funds used to provide food.