• When — Thursday, April 18 from 9 a.m. to noon
  • Where — Cornerstones of Care — Ozanam Campus (Turner Conference Room) • 421 E 137th St • KCMO
  • Facilitator — Crystal Bennett, MSW 
  • CEs — 3
  • Cost — $30 

Human trafficking — modern day slavery — is not just a problem in developing nations. Estimates show that thousands of men, women and children are trafficked in the United States each year primarily for sex or labor. This course will serve as an introductory to human trafficking. Participants will explore the prevalence of the issue, recognize how traffickers prey on the vulnerabilities of others and identify indicators of trafficking. The course will wrap up with an overview of resources and a brief discussion on best practices.  


  • Describe the types of human trafficking in the United States.
  • Explore what vulnerabilities exist in human trafficking.
  • Recognize possible indicators of human trafficking.
  • Explain how to combat trafficking and learn about general best practices and resources available.

Training Date

Registration Information

If you would like to register multiple attendees, please contact Crystal Bennett at crystal.bennett@cornerstonesofcare.org.