you to join the Coordinated Service Referral Network!
Are you a direct service provider or advocate who provides specialized services to vulnerable populations? Do you think you've encountered a survivor of human trafficking in your program before? Would it have been helpful to have more resources to address human trafficking?
Our solution: Join a network of human-trafficking-informed providers in a variety of service categories. Then, gain access to a database of safe referrals and resources.
The Coordinated Service Referral Network (CSRN) is a membership-based anti-trafficking network of trained service providers in Cook County and the surrounding collar counties.
CSRN members must meet one of the following criterion: 1) they are currently providing direct services to human trafficking survivors; 2) they may encounter survivors in their existing non-trafficking specific caseloads and would like access to other resources in addition to providing their services; or, 3) they have the capacity to receive referrals to provide specialized services to human trafficking survivors within their agencies and programs.
This biannual training aims to add additional members to the CSRN. Once trained on human trafficking and trauma-informed care, members will be part of a comprehensive network that streamlines services for survivors of human trafficking.
WHEN: Monday, September 28th and Tuesday, September 29th, 2015 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
12 CEUs (an additional $20) and 11 CLEs (4 professional responsibility CLEs) are available. Lunch is on your own.
Register here by September 11, 2015.
For more information on CSRN Membership, contact Summar Ghias, Task Force Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (773) 433-5735.
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