Built upon the Foundation of the Lotus Anti-Trafficking Model™, developed by Dr. Karen Countryman-Roswurm, our services are intended to offers pathways to holistic prosperity for individuals, groups, and communities facing abuse, exploitation, and trafficking through the provision of direct-service programming, education and training, consultation and technical assistance, research, and policy development.
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To build local, regional, national and international capacity to serve those subjugated and at risk for human trafficking, we offer ongoing training for social service providers, law enforcement, medical providers, educations, religious organizations and anyone who may come in contact with those at risk or in need of help.
Trainings are tailored to the unique needs of the community and/or group. Recognizing the scope and complexity of the issue of human trafficking, we also offer trainings on a number of topics that we believe create a context in which human trafficking can occurs. Our staff has a variety of expertise and will work with you to meet your needs.
Lotus Anti-Trafficking Model™ Topics
Lotus Anti-Trafficking Model™ including Lotus Operating Principles™, Lotus Tools™, and Lotus Programming/Curricula.™
Working with high risk youth.
Vulnerability and risk.
Strength, resilience, and malleability.
Compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and self-care.
Connections between human trafficking and a variety of social context issues such education, employment, pornography, etc.
Understanding homeless, runaway and throwaway youth.
Understanding risk and resilience in marginalized populations.
The importance of survivor-leadership.
Impact of childhood trauma.
Increasing healthy relationships and family stability.
Multi-disciplinary collaboration and community action.
Mentoring for CSEC victims.
Empowering practices in policy, direct service, and research.
This 3-day training is designed to equip agencies with the necessarily skills and tools to implement the values, principles, and practices of the Lotus Model™
This 4-day training is designed for agencies looking to purchase our complete training curriculum for use with internal staff and local community.
This training is designed for agencies looking to purchase our complete curriculum for the Pathway to Prosperity™ survivor services program and the Survivor Sisters Saving Ourselves™ survivor group curriculum.
This training is designed for agencies looking to implement our Prevention for Prosperity™ programming. With two curricula to choose from (or both!), agencies can focus prevention efforts with elementary-aged youth (Superhero Training) or middle school-aged youth to young adults (P4P: Thrive).
To further support the needs of agencies and organizations serving those at-risk of or subjugated to human trafficking, we offer technical assistance/consultation services. These services will be tailored to meet the unique needs of each organization.
Our staff come from a range of backgrounds and have the expertise to provide technical assistance in wide variety of topic areas.
For a more information on consultation/technical assistance, price estimates, and to find out how to contract with CCHT please contact us.
Examples of technical assistance/consultation services include but are not limited to:
Case consultation and/or case coordinated response facilitation.
Program model development/implementation.
Policy and procedure development.
Multidisciplinary team coordination.
Lotus™ curriculum support.
Grant proposal vision, writing, and project management.
We facilitate both primary and secondary research to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.
Additionally, CCHT offers research, assessment, and data management services. This includes micro-level assessments and evaluations with individual victims/survivors as well as mezzo and macro-level evaluations of your program/agency/organization/community regarding efficacy of its anti-trafficking response.
Designed and validated by the Founding Executive Director of CCHT, Dr. Karen Countryman-Roswurm, and the CCHT colleagues and partners Dr. Brien Bolin, Dr. Tara Gregory, Dr. Anthony DiLollo, Bailey Patton Brackin, and Allison Farres, CCHT offers some of the only validated and quantifiable human trafficking tools to date. Specific tools used for research include:
Anti-Trafficking Organizational/Community Response Assessment™ (AT-O/CRA™)
Human Trafficking Definition and Identification Tool™ (HT-DIT™)
Domestic Sex Trafficking Risk and Resiliency Assessment™ (DST-RRA™)
Victim-Centered Survivor-Led Life Planning Tool: Progress Toward Prosperity Matrix™ (VCSL-LPT: PTPM™)
VCSL-LPT: Goals Beliefs Change™ (VCSL-LPT: GBC™)
Through the use of these tools, CCHT can assist your organization/agency in:
To ensure that the policies behind efforts to combat human trafficking are both thorough and strong, we are regularly involved in the development of community and state laws. In fact, members of CCHT played a key role in the development of state legislation including:
Kansas HB 2034 – an anti-trafficking law that created the crime of commercial exploitation of a child, strengthened penalties for trafficking related offenses and created a victims’ assistance fund using fine collected by perpetrators.
Kansas SB 179 – legislation updating anti-trafficking laws to provide an affirmative defense for victims of human trafficking. This prevents victims from being charged for actions committed while under the control of a trafficker.
A primary and secondary prevention program for elementary, middle and high school-aged youth known as P4P: Thrive™. The P4P: Thrive™ curriculum aims to increase young people’s ability to practice healthy relationships, develop an age-appropriate understanding of abuse and exploitation (particularly in the form of human trafficking), inform young people of potential multidisciplinary resources in the community and provide an opportunity for them to demonstrate their own ability to combat abuse and exploitation.
Designed for survivors of human trafficking by survivors of human trafficking, this is a program intended to help survivors of sex and labor trafficking reclaim their lives, become self-sufficient and use their unique experiences to help fight trafficking. P2P includes a Survivor-Overcomer Group curriculum that, reflecting the Lotus Anti-Trafficking Model™ 8 Life Dimensions, aims to assist in empowering each individual’s ability to develop holistic health and prosperity; and explore their own potential leanings, gifts, talents, interests, and passions.
If you are a social service agency and have a referral, you can access our referral form.
Individual victim-centered/survivor-led multidisciplinary case staffings, victim/survivor referrals and brokering of other community resources.
Facilitated and led by experienced members of the CCHT staff, we offer a wide range of proprietary services to prevent future abuse and exploitation as well as nurture healing.
Much of our direct service programming is offered to our local community at no cost. This includes all Lotus Prevention for Prosperity™ programming in local education, faith, and direct-service settings; as well as all Lotus Pathway to Prosperity™ programming including advocacy, Sisters Saving Ourselves™ Survivor Group, and our Wichita State Survivor Scholarship/paid Survivor-Leader Internship opportunities.
Examples of our direct service include: