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Our vision is a collaborative best-practice response for Idaho's children. 

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2021 Idaho Child Advocacy Center Statistics

  • Number of CACs in Idaho

    7

  • Number of Children Served

    8,554

  • Forensic Interviews

    2,065

  • Medical Exams

    1,842

  • Counseling Therapy

    228

Trafficking 101 Community Training *Presented by the Nampa Family Justice Center

January 26th from 1 PM to 3 PM - Please note all times are listed in Mountain Time Zone
Event Hosted by Nampa Family Justice Center at the Nampa Police Department (820 2nd Street South, Nampa, ID 83651 - The Baker Room) - Please send questions about event to Staci Taylor at taylors@cityofnampa.us

Both In-Person and Virtual options are available. Please choose a ticket type based on attending in-person or online.

In-Person Location: Nampa Police Department; Baker Room - 820 2nd Street S., Nampa, ID 83651 (In-Person is limited to 45 attendees)

Objectives:
• Define human trafficking
• Gain an understanding of the dynamics of human trafficking including what makes individuals vulnerable and how traffickers solicit their victims
• Identify potential warning signs and red flags of trafficking
• Discuss trauma and the impact it has upon trafficking victims
• Human trafficking in our community

About the Presenter:
Taylor Numedahl is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker that serves as the Human Trafficking Project Coordinator for the Nampa Family Justice Center and a trauma therapist for Revitalize Counseling. Prior to joining the Nampa Family Justice Center, Taylor served as a child forensic interviewer at a local child advocacy center, CARES (Children at Risk Evaluation Services) that operates under St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital. Taylor spent four years forensically interviewing children that have experienced various forms of child abuse including sexual abuse, physical abuse, exposure to domestic violence, human trafficking, and other violent crimes. Taylor earned her bachelor’s degree in social work and then went on to earn her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Washington in 2017. Just after graduating from graduate school, Taylor spent time internationally in the Philippines with an organization called Wipe Every Tear serving women in the sex trade, and after seeing human trafficking from an international perspective, her passion to join the fight against human trafficking domestically grew. Taylor has worked with at-risk youth and adults in various settings including inpatient mental health facilities, schools, the hospital system, and community organizations, and is passionate about empowering individuals and helping to provide them with opportunities to overcome barriers and adverse experiences. Taylor now serves on the Treasure Valley Human Trafficking Task Force, co-facilitates a trauma therapy group for survivors of trafficking, and works both directly and on a macro-level to provide training and services for victims and survivors of human trafficking.

Thank you to our generous supporters:

  • Western Regional
  • National Children's Alliance
  • Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
  • 100 Women for Good
  • 100 Men for Good
  • Idaho CARTF
    Idaho CARTF

    Idaho Governor's Task Force on Children At Risk

  • Optum Idaho

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