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Trafficking in Persons Symposium - Final Report

The Trafficking in Persons Symposium’s prime objective was to use this information to develop SME informed training for first responders, child welfare and juvenile justice personnel, medical professionals, educators, social service providers and the public—aimed at supporting and enhancing abilities to identify and respond to child trafficking.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Implications for Family and Court Judges

This publication provides a basic understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), tips for recognizing FASD in children and adults, considerations for individuals with FASD involved in the juvenile and family court systems, how individuals with FASD are susceptible to victimization, court examples, and tips for communicating with individuals with FASD.

You Are Not Alone - From Abduction to Empowerment

You’re Not Alone: The Journey from Abduction to Empowerment, was prepared with the assistance of young adults who were themselves abducted as children and who are walking the path of healing and recovery. It is designed to help others who experience abduction begin to put their lives back together.

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