Wichita State University - Center for Combating Human Trafficking
316-267-7233 - 1111 N. St. Francis, Wichita, KS 67214
Center for Combating Human Trafficking assists partners in preventing, assessing, identifying, evaluating, and intervening in cases of human trafficking. CCHT provides education, training, consultation and technical assistance, research and policy development. CCHT:
- Educates students across disciplines through cross-listed for-credit courses. This includes courses that address the prevention as well as intervention of human trafficking (i.e. human sexuality, human trafficking, cultural competency/diversity, trauma-informed care, counseling, play therapy, etc.).
- Offers workshop and training continuing education credits.
- Consults with community, State, and Federal agencies/organizations/entities -- offering training (with focus and specialization on the process of identification, assessment, intervention, and evaluation) and research/data management resources.
- Manages data in regards to human trafficking cases (assessment and validation of cases) for community, State, and Federal agencies/organizations/entities.
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