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Tue, Jan 28


Tykeson Hall, Room 111, OSU Cascades

Partner Agency Training (Bend)

Human Trafficking in Oregon through a Legal Lens & Breaking Barriers for Survivors of Trafficking: Accessing Systems through Needs Assessment and Case Management

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Partner Agency Training (Bend)
Partner Agency Training (Bend)

Time & Location

Jan 28, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Tykeson Hall, Room 111, OSU Cascades, 1500 SW Chandler Ave, Bend, OR 97702, USA

About the event

This training is free but registration is required. Please email Monica at:

Join us for this two-part training for professionals working in the human services, health care, child welfare, education, mental health, and law enforcement fields on issues and best practices for handling human trafficking. 

Presentations by:

Andrea Lampert, J.D., Lead Attorney and Center Coordinator for Trafficking Law Center

Erin Kevin, Victim Specialist, FBI – Portland Division Amy Martin, Program Manager, at:project Elizabeth Renteria Holden, Program Manager, Deschutes County Behavioral Health

Human Trafficking through a Legal Lens: This program will provide an overview of human trafficking and the various legal needs of human trafficking survivors. Topics covered include:

  • Human trafficking overview, and overview of state and federal human trafficking laws
  • Overview of the legal needs of human trafficking survivors, and the Trafficking Law Center
  • Overview of trauma, its effect on the brain and how trauma can affect victims’ ability to access justice
  • Overview of why providing an environment welcoming and supportive to trauma survivors is necessary for access to justice

Breaking Barriers for Survivors of Trafficking: This program discusses empowering survivors to access systems

through comprehensive needs assessment and case management, which supports and builds momentum in their

healing process. Participants will learn how to:

  •   Identify the types of barriers survivors face in accessing systems
  •   Evaluate and assess the needs of survivors through their recovery process
  •   Understand the components of strong case management
  •   Evaluate how meeting the needs of survivors breaks down barriers to accessing systems

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