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FREE VIRTUAL EVENT!
This is a LIVE virtual event. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. This event will be held over the Zoom platform. You will receive an email invite to join the meeting.
PLEASE NOTE: Duplicate registrations will be deleted— you may register for someone else ONLY if you can provide their complete contact information, including email.
Dr. Dominique Roe-Sepowitz
The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee invites you to join us for our live, virtual May meeting
Human Trafficking Risks, Signs, & Resources Post COVID-19
Presented by Dr. Dominique Roe-Sepowitz
Tuesday, May 12, 202 • 6:00-7:30 PM (AZ)
The financial instability that COVID-19 has brought upon Arizona families means that those vulnerable to human trafficking will be more at-risk than ever. This talk will explore how we as allied health professionals and concerned community members can be more aware of the signs that our clients or loved ones are at-risk for trafficking. We will explore what resources are available in our community to help those looking to escape the life, how can we support this fragile human services network of services, and how can we intervene in a way that is culturally competent and safest for those who are being trafficked.
This meeting will take place over the Zoom platform and the community is welcome to attend. Please register and you will receive a link to join the meeting on Tuesday morning. For questions, please email Liz Bradley.
Special thank you to Special Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee
Co-Chairs Jay Mankey & Shanna Mays
This committee looks at strengthening and expanding services for justice-involved youth, children in foster care, those experiencing homelessness, and survivors of family violence. For information on joining this committee, contact Liz Bradley