The Human Trafficking Multidisciplinary Symposium will be held Aug. 29 at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, hosted by the CWRU Human Trafficking Clinic and The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking.
The symposium will include health
care providers, counselors and social workers, lawyers, judges and law
enforcement working together to develop strategies to address issues of victim
identification, vulnerable populations, labor trafficking, public health,
trauma informed services and specialty courts.
The symposium will begin with a keynote
presentation from Chris Thompson, author of The
Power of Collaboration. Breakout sessions will include expert speakers,
local, regional and national, to present and discuss issues important to health
care providers, lawyers, counselors and social workers.
The conference offers six hours of CLE credit (pending approval) for attorneys, four hours of CE contact hours (pending approval) for RNs and LPNs and six hours of CEU credit (pending approval) for counselors and social workers. The symposium is free.