Child Victims of Human Trafficking: Outcomes and Service Adaptation within the U.S. Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Programs
Washington, DC: US Conference of Catholic Bishops
July 2015, 42 pages
This report shares the results of an outcome study of all child victims of human trafficking placed into USCCB/MRS' URM programs between October 2004 and September 2011. All 12 URM programs were interviewed on how they have adapted their service model to meet the special needs of this population.
A supplemental webinar provides an overview of children and youth served, methodology, and discusses key findings on keeping victims safe in community-based care, child well-being, foster family selection and placement, and foster parent training and retention.