Training Module Series


Created to increase capacity of services providers and law enforcement in their state to recognize and respond to children and youth who had been trafficked, New Mexico developed a set of 8 training modules. These training modules focused on: definitions and laws; understanding trafficking and vulnerabilities; trauma-informed responses to survivors; screening and referrals; vicarious trauma and self-care; sustainability for programs; collaboration among service providers and law enforcement; and incorporating survivor voice. These trainings were broken up into three segments: Know what you’re doing (Modules 1, 2, 3); Do it well (Modules 4 and 5); and Keep doing it (Modules 6, 7, 8). Each module training includes a facilitator’s guide that provides group discussion activities and additional content to be presented during the trainings.


NM Office of the Attorney General and the NM Dream Center


New Mexico

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