Youth Exploitation Prevention Class
Human trafficking is something that parents and caregivers are becoming starkly more aware of, but what can you actually do to help empower your youth to recognize grooming behaviors and lower their risk of exploitation?
Through open conversations, engaging activities, the use of media, and opportunities for discussion participants in our youth prevention class will:
>>Raise their awareness of what constitutes human trafficking and exploitation.
>>Learn how to recognize recruitment tactics and understand vulnerabilities.
>>Challenge harmful stereotypes and societal attitudes.
>>Identify healthy support systems for their youth.
>>Learn how to help youth develop skills to safely navigate potential and existing exploitative situations.
>>Learn about community resources when situations occur that increase their vulnerability (or if exploitation is already underway).
This class will be held at the Sheridan County Courthouse Public Meeting Room #210 from 11:30am-1pm. Adults only, please.
This class is being offered for FREE thanks to our generous sponsor, Sheridan County Public Health.