Identifying and Responding to Child Labor Trafficking: What is the Role of CACs?

Training Overview

The Alliance is excited to host this training with the Minnesota Department of Human Services. This training will focus on developing an understanding of what labor trafficking of children looks like in Minnesota. This includes an overview of existing responses, services, and protocols for response. Participants will learn skills for identifying labor trafficking among other types of child abuse, and we will spend time discussing possible roles and resources for serving labor trafficking children and youth in CACs.

This training will be recorded.

Register Here

Registered attendees will receive a Zoom link 1 week and 1 day before this training event starts.

We are excited to start the new year with this training. The Alliance believes trauma-informed, anti-racist, and culturally responsive services are essential to helping children heal. We continue to offer virtually the highest quality training, with nationally renowned speakers.

Continuing Education Credits

POST and Social Work credits will be available for all eligible participants providing services in Minnesota, US.

Contact Info

Please contact MaiXi Ye at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.


Minnesota Children’s Alliance