CASA Speaker Series 2020 returns November 16th!
Best Practices in Advocating for Trafficked Youth: Legal, Medical & Social Work Considerations
Three local experts will use case examples to illustrate how trafficked youth need a coordinated and interdisciplinary response.
About this Event
Lindsey Mossor, Esq. Staff Attorney, Nationality Service Center
Anish Raj, MD, Fellow Physician, Child Abuse Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Kelly Sagastume, MSW, Program Manager of Project Protect, Support Center for Child Advocates
- Participants will be able to define youth trafficking according to Federal and Pennsylvania Law.
- Participants will understand best practice considerations in advocating for trafficked youth from legal, medical and social work practice.
- Participants will understand their professional responsibility in advocating for trafficked youth from legal, medical and social work practice.
- Participants will be able to identify appropriate resources for trafficked youth.
Registration is free with optional suggested donation (1.5 PA CLE’s available for $25 fee).
Continuing Education Credits Available:
1.5 Continuing Education Units* (CEUs) for PA licensed Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Marriage and Family Therapists and 1.5 Continuing Legal Education (CLEs) for PA licensed Attorneys (0.5 Ethics / 1.0 Substantive) provided by the Support Center for Child Advocates.
Support Center for Child Advocates, Center for Excellence in Advocacy is approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors to offer continuing education for social workers, marriage and family therapists and professional counselors. Support Center for Child Advocates, Center for Excellence in Advocacy maintains responsibility for the program(s).