U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau
Grantee Lessons Learned
This brief from the Children’s Bureau shares what grantees have learned about coordinating specialized resources and services for child and youth victims of trafficking at the state and local levels. They suggest focusing on broad-based awareness, establishing regional and statewide multidisciplinary teams, and sharing information to build service capacity. The brief highlights two programs successfully coordinating resources in their communities.
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