Child Victims of Human Trafficking: Outcomes & Service Adaptation within the URM Program

Child Victims of Human Trafficking: Outcomes & Service Adaptation within the URM Program

Due to an increasing number of child victims of human trafficking being identified and in need of specialized care in the United States, a study was conducted on the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program (URM) in 2015 to look specifically at the outcomes of the child trafficking victims served. This 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.

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