Training and Assistance

Training and Assistance

At MISSSEY, we envision a world free from exploitation and believe an informed and engaged community brings us closer to realizing this reality.

MISSSEY’s Training Institute provides practical, relevant, and dynamic instruction and technical assistance to community stakeholders and all youth serving organizations. Well over 10,000 youth serving professionals have been trained to identify and help CSEC since MISSSEY’s inception as the county’s premiere anti-trafficking organization.

Call 510-251-2070 or email to discuss technical assistance for your organization.

What Will Participants Learn?

Participants will increase their understanding of the connection between commercial sexual exploitation and trauma, as well as expand their knowledge of best practices for identifying, engaging, and linking at risk youth to services they need.  Participants will also increase their awareness of available data and community resources. Click here to learn more.

Who Should Attend?

Presentations and trainings have been developed for service providers and helping professionals who interact with youth. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:

Criminal justice system – police officers, district attorney staff, public defender staff, probation officers, panel attorneys

Foster care – group homes, foster family agencies, foster parents

Healthcare – primary care clinic staff, public health nurses, clinicians, psychiatrists, residential treatment providers

Social services – child welfare workers, social workers, direct services personnel

Education – teachers, school health and wellness staff, school counselors