Multi-Disciplinary Track aims to support children at high-risk of exploitation.
Stemming from our special Frontline Summit event in November 2013, we are offering a special pre-conference track for our friends from the Frontline Summit and their colleagues working in education, law enforcement, probation, social work, and other professional fields as they work to support children at high-risk of exploitation.
This special track will be offered Friday March 7, 2014 from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm. It is open to all professionals focused on working with children at high-risk of exploitation and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
This event is FREE, but registration is required. Lunch will be provided.
Multi-Disciplinary Track, Ensure Justice Conference
Friday March 7
8:30 am – 1:00 pm
55 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Event will be held in Newport Mesa Church
- On the registration page, please choose under “Rates” the option: Building Multi-Disciplinary Teams, $0
Multi-Disciplinary Track Overview
Session 1 – Building Multi-Disciplinary Teams – Breaking Down Silos
How do we build the best multi-disciplinary teams in order to prevent and intervene for high-risk children? Based on the findings from the Frontline Summit, this session features a panel of experts who work on multi-disciplinary teams. They will share about their experiences, best practices, and steps to take in order to build the best collaborative teams for your area.
Session 2 – Trauma-informed Care
What is trauma-informed care and why is it important for all disciplines to understand the effects of trauma on CSEC victims? The panel will discuss the cross-discipline impact for those serving high-risk youth.
Session 3 – Coordinating a Victim-Center Response
Based on the Federal Strategic Action Plan, a panel of experts will discuss what it means to align efforts, improve understanding, and expand access to services in order to improve outcomes for survivors and high-risk children.