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Exploring Sex Trafficking Risk Factors for LGBTQ+ Young Adults Experiencing Homelessness
July 5 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pmFree
From Bob’s House of Hope and Giant Slayer Consulting…
In honor of Pride Month, Bob’s House of Hope and Giant Slayer Consulting are honored to host Dr. Kimberly Hogan of the University of Southern Mississippi School of Social Work as she shares her research findings on risk factors that can lead to the sex trafficking of LGBTQ+ young adults.
Immediately after the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with Dr. Hogan and other participants for a Q & A, followed by an opportunity to learn more about Bob’s House of Hope, a residential program and safe home for young adult male-identifying survivors of sex trafficking in North Texas, including how they prevent sex trafficking of male youth while empowering young adult male survivors through their highly successful innovative Equine and Animal Assisted Counseling intervention.
For questions, contact Nathan Earl at email@example.com.
About Your Presenter:
Dr. Hogan is a recent graduate from Arizona State University and the Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (ASU STIR), where her Ph.D. dissertation focused on “Exploring Sex Trafficking Risk Factors for LGBTQ+ Young Adults Experiencing Homelessness.” Her research work spans the prevention, detection, identification, and treatment of minor and adult sex trafficking victims. Learn more about Dr. Hogan at https://kimberlyhogan.academia.edu/. Follow Dr. Hogan on Twitter @Hogan21K.
About Bob’s House of Hope
Founded in 2021, Bob’s House of Hope, a program of Ranch Hands Rescue, is a comprehensive residential program and safe house for young adult male-identifying survivors of sex trafficking. Learn more about Ranch Hands Rescue’s innovative Equine and Animal Assisted Counseling intervention for male survivors at www.bobshouseofhope.org.
About Giant Slayer Consulting
Under the Giant Slayer brand, Nathan Earl provides training and technical assistance to communities and organizations to prevent violence against boys and male-identifying individuals. Learn more at www.giantslayer.us