Building Capacity to Serve Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: Strategies for Effective Partnerships and Programming

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Building Capacity to Serve Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: Strategies for Effective Partnerships and Programming

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Issue Area #3: Continuum of Care

Education, medical, mental health and other wrap around services to meet both emergent and long-term sustainability needs of minor victims are known challenges in victim service delivery. Then add the complexity of working within varying systems and scarcity of resources and the difficulty deepens. This session will provide insights on promising practices and approaches that OVC Human Trafficking (HT) grantees are utilizing to navigate these common roadblocks and hear implementation recommendations from the federal and local perspectives that address the whole-child and consider the developmental trauma lens for programming and building capacity.

 Building Capacity to Serve Minor Victims of Human Trafficking: Strategies for Effective Partnerships and Programming

Issue Area #3: Continuum of Care

Education, medical, mental health and other wrap around services to meet both emergent and long-term sustainability needs of minor victims are known challenges in victim service delivery. Then add the complexity of working within varying systems and scarcity of resources and the difficulty deepens. This session will provide insights on promising practices and approaches that OVC Human Trafficking (HT) grantees are utilizing to navigate these common roadblocks and hear implementation recommendations from the federal and local perspectives that address the whole-child and consider the developmental trauma lens for programming and building capacity.

Aubrey Lloyd, MSW, LSW, Human Trafficking Team Lead, Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center OVC TTAC
Aubrey Lloyd has 19 years of nonprofit experience working with populations affected by domestic violence, substance use, mental health issues, and poverty. This experience focused on delivering training; creating and maintaining community partnerships, programs, and curricula; and managing programs. For the past 13 years, she has designed and implemented programs for multidisciplinary teams and nongovernmental and community-based organizations using her subject matter expertise in human trafficking, trauma-informed victim assistance programming, connections between human trafficking and addiction, domestic violence and sexual assault, homelessness and runaway youth, and early childhood adverse conditions and abuse. Ms. Lloyd also brings the invaluable perspective of a survivor-advocate.

B. Lindsay Waldrop, MA, Victim Justice Program Specialist, Office for Victims of Crime
B. Lindsay Waldrop has supported the DOJ Office for Victims of Crime for over ten years and has specialized in human trafficking since 2005.  In her current role at OVC, she oversees programs specific for minor victims of human trafficking. Her expertise is in polyvictimization, youth based systems and their impact on minor victims, the importance of trauma informed implementation for programs and building coordinated responses to combat human trafficking and parallel victimizations.