Regional Needs Assessment

The Human Trafficking Service Inventory and Needs Assessment is a comprehensive look at service provisions available to survivors throughout Missouri. Each report represents a different CATE region and includes a regional service inventory and an analysis of identified resource gaps.

CATE would like to thank Andrea J. Nichols, Ph.D., Kathleen M. Preble, MSW,  Ph.D., and Ashley Cox, M.A, for the initial Human Trafficking in Missouri Project (2019) and the reanalyzed data that provided the regional needs assessments. CATE also thanks the Missouri Collaborative Against Human Trafficking for funding the original project.