Sunday, October 16, 2016

University of Maryland School of Social Work Awarded $2.5M Grant to Address Human Trafficking

“This initiative is a unique university-state-local nonprofit partnership which focuses on creating a strategic multi-disciplinary approach to improve outcomes for child and youth victims of human trafficking in Maryland using a trauma-informed approach. It builds on a strong state infrastructure and is aligned with Task Force recommendations to enact critical changes to Maryland’s overall response to this vulnerable population,” said Nadine Finigan-Carr, PhD, research assistant professor at the RYC and principal investigator of both the Maryland Human Trafficking Initiative for Children and Youth and CSTVI.


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