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2016 JuST PreConference We Are Glad Youre Here STATES SOUND OFF Colorado Virginia and Ohio California Missouri and West Virginia Georgia Hawaii Utah Pennsylvania amp Oregon ID: 600397

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Slide1

WELCOME AMBASSADORS

2016

JuST

Pre-ConferenceSlide2

We Are Glad You’re Here!

STATES SOUND OFF

:

Colorado

Virginia and Ohio

California

Missouri and

West

Virginia

Georgia, Hawaii, Utah, Pennsylvania & Oregon

Massachusetts, New Jersey,

Wisconsin

and Washington

AND

Provinces in CANADASlide3

THE SHARED HOPE TEAM

Realize that

YOU

are part of a strong team with our offices here in Virginia,

and in Washington state

At this conference you’ll meet and hear from team members. Recognize WHO you have backing up your efforts!

WE ARE ALL HERE FOR YOU! Slide4

WHO ARE THE DEFENDERS?

FOUNDER & CHAIR – VERN SMITH

CO-CHAIR – NICK LEMBOSlide5

Meet Your Regional Coordinators

PRESENT:

Deborah Alexander √ Shannon Langford

Shawn Wood

Amy Ryan-

Reud

Beth Edmonds

Kristina Kavanau

UNABLE TO JOIN US THIS YEAR

Lisa

Vanderboom

Claudia BennettSlide6

Measuring Your Success

Ambassadors are measured by:

How many new Ambassadors recruited?

How many people are reached?

How many leads are returned?

How much money is raised?

AND

Introducing the Faith in Action InitiativeSlide7

Fundraising Ideas

Ambassadors have had some CREATIVE fundraising ideas!

Comedy for Charity

Calling Tree

Classy Campaign online

Trunk Show

Drive 4UR Community Slide8

What Are YOUR ideas?

Share Your Ideas:

BIG

or SMALLTHEY ALL ADD UP!

$$$$

$$$Slide9

DECEMBER

IS

THE MONTH

we raise funds for

RESTORATION

Our shelter projects are funded mostly in December

International

AND DomesticSlide10

QUESTIONSSlide11

OUR NEWEST TOOLS

FAITH IN

ACTION

KIT & i-CARESlide12

PROTECTING OUR

COMMUNITY’S CHILDRENSlide13

THE MESSAGE IS SIMPLE

The dangers to our children today are more hidden than they were decades ago. Working together, we can make an impact to bring awareness education to our community, protect our children and stop those who would harm them.

PROTECTING OUR

COMMUNITY’S CHILDRENSlide14
Slide15
Slide16

QUESTIONSSlide17

RELEASED JUNE 2016

i

-CARE

Health Care Providers Guide and Video Series

Addresses both the psychological and physical trauma

How to recognize the signs of trafficking and respond in an urgent care settingSlide18

i

-Care Health Care Provider’s Guide to Caring for

DMST Victims

Four 5-minute videos featuring Survivor vignettes and perspectives.

1. Victim –Centered Care

2. Red Flags

3. The Impact of Trauma

4. Missed OpportunitiesSlide19

i

-Care Health Care Provider’s Guide to Caring for

DMST Victims

Red Flags

Explains at-risk populations and control & manipulation tactics

Psychological

C

ontrol

T

actics

Trauma Bonds

Gang Control/ Pimp Control

Terminology

I asked a trafficker who he targeted and specifically if he was looking for runaways. He laughed and told me no. He said that runaways have people looking for them. He wanted walkaways and throwaways, people that NO ONE was looking for.

- Former ProsecutorSlide20

i

-Care Health Care Provider’s Guide to Caring for

DMST Victims

The Impact of Complex Trauma

Criteria for measuring impact

Effects on cognition and mood

Impact on the developmental process

Multifaceted diagnosis

I know that people could be killed because my dad promised me and even told me how he would kill me if I ever told anyone… and I knew he could do it because he was a doctor and he could get just the right medications and force me to take them…And I’d be dead.

- Survivor who never told and his dad was never caughtSlide21

i

-Care Health Care Provider’s Guide to Caring for

DMST Victims

Missed Opportunities

Assess the scene

Assess the bystanders

Assess the dynamics between the patient & bystanders

Assess the patient

Find the story

Be very mindful if somebody appears to be malnourished. A survivor said that she had been admitted to the ER over dozen times, and not one time did anyone ask , ‘Why are you starving?”

- Natasha

N

asciemento

, Founder of Redefining RefugeSlide22

QUESTIONSSlide23

INTERVENE: A valuable tool for licensed professionals

Practitioner guide, intake tool and video series

Intervene provides targeted training on the dynamics of minor sex trafficking victims in the USA.

The goal is to properly identify victims and lead them to the services they need.Slide24

INTERVENE helps Mental

H

ealth and Social S

ervice Providers recognize the signs of trafficking

Common Characteristics

Terminology associated with DMST

Recruitment & Grooming Tactics

Pimp Control

Gang Control

Impact of TraumaSlide25

Understanding the Ground Rules for Interaction

Modeled after a strengths-based approach for interviewing potential victims

Trauma-informed Intake tools for Tier 1 & Tier 2

Assessment tools to determine level of trauma

Provides further resources for support & information

RECOMMEND INTERVENE TO

Service providers and clinicians, also applicable to juvenile justice employees.Slide26

QUESTIONSSlide27

Using the DMST 4-part

V

ideo S

eries and Training Guide

Professionals who may come into contact with trafficking victims including law enforcement, social services,

non-governmental

organizations

,

and

juvenile justice.Slide28

DMST 4-part

V

ideo Series

Overview of DMST

Victim Profiles

Pimp Control

Effective ResponseSlide29

Using the DMST 4-part

V

ideo S

eries and Training Guide

RECOMMEND THIS TOOL TO

Professionals

who may come into contact with trafficking victims including law enforcement, social services,

non-governmental organizations, and

juvenile justice.Slide30

QUESTIONSSlide31

TOOLS: GANG TRAFFICKINGSlide32

Local, national, transnationalTerritorial Evolution of crimeLoyalty

Respect

Some travelOmnipresence

OVERVIEW OF

GANG TRAFFICKINGSlide33

WHAT MAKES GANG TRAFFICKING DIFFERENT FROM PIMP TRAFFICKING?

GANG PIMPING

Offers lifestyle and family

Easy access to drugs, money and alcohol

Identity, colors, signs

Power, protection

Fame, belonging

Convinced she’s part of the gang and her ‘contribution’ is prostituting

BOYFRIEND PIMP

Offers romance and

love

Listens to her dreams and hopes

Uses those to leverage the relationship with promises

Makes her feel special

Appeals for her help to make ‘their’ dreams come trueSlide34

Maria’s StorySlide35

Additional resources on the Ambassadors Resource pageSlide36

RECOMMEND TO

Gang Trap is an excellent tool for law enforcement, school resource officers, juvenile justice system workers, CPS and DSHS counselors.Slide37

QUESTIONSSlide38

Coalescing Your RegionAmbassador of Hope Morning Meeting

JuST

Conference 2016Slide39

Contacting AOH & Defenders

Requesting a list from the Outreach Manager.

Send an email of introduction.Slide40

Connecting/CommunicatingFacebook/Google groups.

Email newsletter focusing on region-specific topics.

Meeting one-on-one and phone conversations.Slide41

Assessing Needs & ExperienceWhat are the needs of the AOH in your region?

What events/activities have they worked on?

What are areas of interest or experience/expertise?Slide42

Building Confidence & ExperienceWorking side-by-side to build confidence.

Pairing Ambassadors to complement strengths

. Slide43

Recruiting New AmbassadorsIdentifying areas without an Ambassador presence.

Holding events to give new Ambassadors experience. Slide44

Working Together as a Team“Get

togethers

” to collaborate and explore new SHI resources.Pairing up for events and communicating needs.Sharing collateral and resources.Slide45

Achievements & GoalsWorking together to spread a prevention message.

Creating team challenges and goals for the future.

Co-regional collaboration.Slide46

Across the NationSlide47

QUESTIONSSlide48

SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU!

New LOGO

New NAMETAG

New MAGNET

$15 incl. shipping

TO ORDER email

resources@sharedhope.orgSlide49

Ambassador

Resource Page

https://sharedhope.org/aoh/aoh-resources

HOW DO I ACCESS THE PAGE?

Complete Ambassador training and be added to our database

New emails are input the 1

st

& 15

th

of each month

Sign in at the resource page link above

Initially use your email and the passcode ‘

changemesoon

If you open the Resource page and ARE NOT signed in,

there will be a drop down box to log in

When you’re logged in

correctly the box

will welcome you

by nameSlide50

LOGGED IN CORRECTLYSlide51

NOT LOGGED IN – FILL IN FIELDSSlide52

REMEMBER BULK PRICING APPEARS AT CHECK OUT

POSTAGE IS INCLUDED IN BULK ORDERSSlide53

WHICH ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE

AT A BULK DISCOUNT?

Shipping is included in the price

Box Book Rate – your choice titles

21 books for $120 ($6 each)

2. Original Chosen – Order 20+ = $20 each

Less than 20 = $30 each

3. SHI color tri-fold brochures – 100 = $20

Ambassador

Resource Page

https://sharedhope.org/aoh/aoh-resourcesSlide54

More Networking Ideas!

How to get the message

into your communities

Founded in 1921 in Oakland, California, Soroptimist International is a worldwide volunteer service organization for business and professional women who work to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world.Slide55

More Networking Ideas!

How to get the message

into your communities

SCHOOLSSlide56

SCHOOLS

Tips for Approaching Schools and other tools onlineSlide57

More Networking Ideas!

How to get the message

into your communities

Attend local community awareness meetings and task forces

Be seen before you’re heard

Listen to what they are doing & affirm where you can

Ask yourself, “What do I have to offer them?”

Be seen as an ally, not a competitorSlide58

More Networking Ideas!

How to get the message

into your communities

IT IS ALL ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS

Who do you know?

How can you help?Slide59

Library AwarenessShannon Langford, Ambassador of Hope

Ambassador Morning –

JuST 2016Slide60

Why Library Awareness?Libraries are well-positioned to promote awareness.

They are locations where youth congregate.

They are looking for programming to attract patrons beyond print books.They are already engaged in their local communities.Slide61

Library OpportunitiesBook and resource displaysStaff awareness

Chosen showings

Parent/youth Internet safetyAwareness activities at library and library outreach events in the community.More…Slide62

Libraries Take ActionTrafficking Awareness at Suffolk LibrarySlide63

Libraries Take ActionTrafficking Awareness at Suffolk LibrarySlide64

How-To Engage Your LibraryUse your network.

Contact the outreach, programming or young adult librarian.

Do your research.What books/materials are already in the library’s collection?Set up a meeting to screen Chosen and show key resources.Think about creating an ongoing relationship. Slide65

QUESTIONSSlide66

PROTOCOLS

How they help us

be more effective

SUSANNA BEAN

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

Shared Hope International

Virginia officeSlide67

MEDIA PROTOCOL

Background

on media protocols

Who at Shared Hope do I tell when the press want to talk to me?Attending an Event with Press Coverage

Interview Request

Impromptu questions from the pressSlide68

POLICY PROTOCOL

Non-Criminalization of minors for prostitution

Shared Hope’s position

Importance of Language Non-criminalization versus decriminalization

According to the

2015 Protected

Innocence Challenge

report

36 States

can

still

charge and prosecute

minors for prostitution

Adult Prostitution

Shared Hope takes no official position on the question of legalizing adult prostitution.

 Slide69

PROTECTED INNOCENCE CHALLENGESlide70

PROTECTED INNOCENCE CHALLENGE

Tune into the live press conference on

Youtube

Live on November 17th

at 11:15am EST at

https://youtu.be/1Fybx4RTJzk

Find out your state’s grade on November 17 at

www.sharedhope.org/reportcards

Slide71

QUESTIONSSlide72

HOW WE COMMUNICATE

On Facebook

– Shared Hope’s main page and our Ambassador group

Through our monthly Ambassador newsletterSlide73

How to reach your

Growth Strategies Team

Send event reports to

Awareness

@sharedhope.org

Request resources at

Resources@sharedhope.org

OR CALL

Phone: 360-693-8100Slide74

NEW AMBASSADORS

Pre-Conference Workshop

o

n

Using the Chosen Tool Effectively

TODAY at 3 pmSlide75

QUESTIONSSlide76

JOIN THE FUN

AMBASSADORS ONLY

NETWORKING RECEPTION

THURSDAY AT 7 PM

WITH LINDA SMITH

Presidential Suite

19

th

Floor Room 19144