St. Louis Regional Meeting 9:30 am
St. Louis Regional Meeting @ Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being
Apr 2 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Those in the St. Louis area, we would love to see you at the STL Regional Meeting! *PLEASE NOTE the location change! CATE regional meetings start with a session open to anyone working to prevent …
Advocacy Done Right: 2020 Policy Series on Human Trafficking and Human Rights 4:00 pm
Advocacy Done Right: 2020 Policy Series on Human Trafficking and Human Rights @ Institute of Public Health
Apr 16 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Human Trafficking Collaborative Network, Institute for Public Health and National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis jointly offer this three-part seminar series to help community members fully understand national and local law-making procedures and to …
Human Trafficking Collaborative Network, Institute for Public Health and National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis jointly offer this three-part seminar series to help community members fully understand national and local law-making procedures and to play an advocacy role in policy reform in human rights and trafficking. Open to the public.
Each date has a different topic and registration link. Find more here: Series Flier
The Covering House will host its 4th Dine for Dignity Gala at the beautiful Chase Park Plaza on April 25, 2020. This year’s gala – The Covering House’s largest fundraiser – will highlight the journey of some of our girls, cast vision about expanding our reach while deepening our impact, and honor those who are helping advance the mission of The Covering House by working shoulder to shoulder with us in this fight against sex trafficking of children in our area.
Joining us as Gala Hosts this year, are Julie Buck and Nicole Genovese of the popular radio show. ‘Girl Talk’ on KTRS 550. Girl Talk is the definitive talk show for local ladies on the move.
The Dine for Dignity annual fundraiser is an essential event in St. Louis for champions and supporters of The Covering House. It’s an entertaining and compelling evening with great food and an impressive guest list of notables from business, sports, art, and entertainment. Every dollar raised helps to expand our facilities and services to provide restoration and refuge to vulnerable young survivors of sex trafficking and exploitation.
Tickets: General Admission: $100 per person
VIP: $150 per person
General Admission Table for 10: $1,000 per table
VIP Table for 10: $1,500 per table
Details: Complimentary valet parking, cocktail hour, seated meal, open bar, silent and
Live auction. VIP upgrade includes the addition of access to exclusive VIP cocktail lounge
with hors d’oeuvres, expedited check-in, and special gift favor.
Sponsorship and Investment opportunities are also available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
About this Event
This training is designed to provide education for those adults in the lives of children who have endured complex trauma. Participants will get a better understanding of trauma, the impairments that might accompany it, along with techniques on how to manage these behaviors. There will also be an opportunity to learn about what you as a therapeutic helper may need to cope and what practices you could implement to de-stress.
This is still a tentative meeting, but save the date!
This joint meeting of CATE and the AGO Human Trafficking task force will be open only to CATE membership and those who are a part of the task force.
Not a member, but interested in attending? Email email@example.com to talk about the benefits of membership and find out how to apply.
This training defines the similarities and differences of Human Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation, prevalence data, identification strategies, and best practices when interacting with or serving survivors.
Open to service providers and other community members (college students, religious leaders, educators, etc) that want to be more informed on the issue of Human Trafficking and Exploitation.
Those in the Kansas City area, we would love to see you at the KC Regional Meeting!
CATE regional meetings start with a session open to anyone working to prevent and respond to trafficking, followed by a session open only to members.
Not a member? During the membership session of the meeting, we break into work groups that focus on specific projects and action items. This session is focused on working together to make real changes in our communities. If you are interested in becoming a member, deepening your impact and engaging with our work groups, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.