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Tuesday
10
APR

SCVAN Conference - Sex Trafficking Training

20:00
17:00
Lighthouse For Life
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Lighthouse for Life is honored to be facilitating the Human Trafficking Track for the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network Conference in April 2018.

Our 3 Sessions are on April 11th and are as follows
Session 1 - 10 - 11:30 - Human Trafficking 101 - Jen Thompson
Session 2 - 11:45 - 1:15 - A Survivor's perspective - Jen Thompson and Heather Cook
Session 3 - 3:00 - 4:30 - A Community Response - Panel of speakers including representatives from state and federal law enforcement, local and state task forces, as well as the legal and business community.

For more information
www.scvrwconference.org

There will be no onsite registration.

If you have any questions about the conference please contact Nicole Goodwin at 803.750.1200 ext. 6031

If you have any questions about the portion of the conference facilitated by Lighthouse for Life please contact Jen Thompson at Jen@lighthouseforlife.org

A detailed description of the SCVAN Conference.......
Over 400 people attend the annual Victims’ Rights Week Conference to receive cutting-edge training and to network with experts in the field. Professionals working in criminal justice and victim services, counselors and social workers, healthcare providers and educators gather together with survivors of crime to attend the three-day conference, sponsored by the S.C. Victim Assistance Network.

Over 40 workshops are presented by state and national experts, providing both basic and specialized, advanced training and information. Continuing education requirements are offered for Victim Service Providers, Counselors, Social Workers, Mental Health Professionals, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Professionals and Educators.

Crime victims and professional service providers attend to learn from each other as well as experts in the field, share their experiences and meet others who “walk in their shoes.” Victims pay homage to their lost loved ones during an intensely moving Unity Ceremony, and attend workshops devoted to helping them deal with grief, anger, and stress.

All attendees receive education on topics ranging from self-defense and navigating the criminal justice system to specific types of crime and statewide legislative initiatives.