United Against Human Trafficking

Resources available to CSEC youth
Ending sex trafficking/exploitation

Kourtney Kauffman, M.S., LMFT #116593

Utilizing research inspired by ACES and the resilience of survivors, Kourtney will share research-based resiliency factors that reduce the risk of some long-term effects of trauma, and share evidence-based strategies for parents and service providers in growing their survivors' fortitude.

Dr. Vickie Mulvaney-Trask

Dean of Workforce Development & Community Lifelong Learning at Modesto Junior College, Dr. Trask will discuss local resources in the educational arena, her own personal story of rising from the ashes, and how we leverage our collaboration as partners.

Youth Navigation Center - Center for Human Services

Housing & Navigation Manager, Jenn Nielsen, will share a community spotlight on the resources available to youth in our community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this event cost money to attend?

No! This is a free event. Registration is required in order for us to plan accordingly.

Is there parking available/accessible?

As is typical with events downtown, parking may be found in parking garages, side streets, etc. Unfortunately, we cannot validate parking for the garages.

Is this event open to the public?

Yes! This is a great event for families, co-workers, community members, law enforcement, educators, healthcare workers, and more! Whether you’re already familiar with the issue of Human Trafficking or this is a brand new topic for you, this event is for you!

Will this event be recorded or live-streamed?

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the topic & our streaming capabilities, this event will not be recorded or available via livestream.