On Thursday, April 23rd, at 3pm/ET, join researcher and practitioner presenters to learn about a new tool developed to measure service outcomes for human trafficking. This user-friendly, excel-based tool measures changes in feelings of safety, well-being, social connectedness, and self-sufficiency. The tool is applicable to diverse settings, relevant to programs serving minor and adult victims of sex and labor trafficking, and is being made available to service providers at no cost. This webinar will describe how the tool was developed and used by a leading trafficking service organization to help the organization learn more about the effect of its services; help participants understand the role of research in establishing a valid and reliable outcome instrument for widespread use; and discuss how evaluation can contribute to more robust and successful programs for HT survivors and development of evidence-informed practice. For more information and to register, please click here.

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