AMWA Helps West Coast Health Care Professionals Stand Up to Sex Trafficking

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  • August 24, 2018

Stand Up to Sex Trafficking: Awareness, Implementation, and Networking (SUSTAIN)

AMWA held PATH SUSTAIN (Stand Up to Sex Trafficking: Awareness, Implementation, Networking) trainings in Arizona and California this month. The training events brought together professionals and trainees in medicine, nursing, and other healthcare fields for 4 hour training sessions on the recognition and management of victims of human trafficking. Co-Presenters with AMWA-PATH’s Dr. Kanani Titchen included Dr. Aisha Mays from MISSSEY (Oakland/Berkeley training), and Dr. Rachel Robitz from UC Davis and Dr. Ron Chambers from Dignity Health (UC Davis training). Community Partners included but were not limited to:

AZ: Florence Crittenton, AZ Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR), Maricopa Country Attorneys’ Office, and StreetLightUSA.

Oakland/Berkeley: S.H.A.D.E. Movement, San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking, Freedom House, and H.E.A.T. Watch.

Sacramento/Davis: My Sister’s House, Opening Doors, Sacramento Rescue and Restore, and WEAVE.

Host a PATH training session for free in your community. Contact PATH@amwa-doc.org.

Oakland/Berkeley, California
August 18, 2018



Davis, California
August 20, 2018






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