Out of the Darkness: Awareness, Protection and Services for Victims of Human Trafficking

This all day conference on Human Trafficking will provide a comprehensive overview of the profile of sex and labor trafficking from a clinical/service perspective, protection and policies from law enforcement, prosecution and community based services and resources. The conference will address prevention, protection and services for victims and survivors.
 
There are key cultural, psychological, physical, and economic risk factors that put male and female children, youth, adults, and elderly at risk.  This training is for health and mental health professionals, community based service providers, law enforcement and defense/prosecution professionals.  
 
COST:
Conference fee: $35.00
Conference plus 5 CEUs: $55.00 
To Register, please click here.

Morning Session: Dr. Gena Castro Rodriguez, Psy.D., LMFT, Chief of Victim Services, Office of SF District Attorney George Garcon.
Local Statistics
Risk Factors
Power and Control in Trafficking
Trauma and Risk Taking
Recruitment and Grooming
Afternoon Panel One - Law Enforcement, Prosecution and Services:
Julius De Guia, SFDA, Captain Teresa Gracie, SFPD, & Bill Tamayo, US EEOC (pending)

Afternoon Panel Two - Community Based Service: 
Larkin Street Youth Services, Asian Women's Shelter, Sojourner Truth Foster Family Services, Huckleberry Youth Services 

LOCATION:
San Francisco LGBT Community Center  
1800 Market Street
Rainbow Room
San Francisco, CA 94102

CONTACT:
Helynna Brooke
San Francisco Mental Health Education Funds, Inc.
415-255-3473
training@mhbsf.org