Hidden in Plain Sight: Human Trafficking Education for Healthcare
February 20 at 12pm CST/11am MST Overview: Mary Jackson, a survivor of human trafficking, will be sharing her personal journey to educate and raise awareness about human trafficking.
February 20 at 12pm CST/11am MST
Mary Jackson, a survivor of human trafficking, will be sharing her personal journey to educate and raise awareness about human trafficking. She will specifically be discussing the indicators and red flags of possible trafficking that healthcare providers should be aware of. Mary will also be highlighting the vulnerabilities, safety concerns, and the range of care that trafficking survivors need. Her unique perspective as a survivor who has interacted with healthcare providers during her journey makes her insights especially valuable.
CEs: NHA & SW
Presenter: Mary Jackson, Survivor Service and Program Coordinator, Call to Freedom
Mary Jackson is a speaker, educator, and advocator for those victimized by human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual exploitation. She shares her own personal journey as a survivor of cartel trafficking. Her main goal is to educate, lending insight into what human trafficking looks like and sharing the vulnerability and criminality behind the crime. As coauthor of the book A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Human Trafficking, she has turned her suffering and pain into victory over this horrific crime, sharing her own struggles. Mary began serving at Call to Freedom in 2016 as a volunteer, joined the Board of Directors in 2020, and currently works full time supporting clients and educating. Through her work as the Survivor Service and Program Coordinator with Call to Freedom, she contributes vital expertise into survivor supportive services.
Registration is free for SDAHO Members and $49 for Non-Members.
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(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT-06:00)