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This year’s virtual summit aims to “Connect the Dots” by developing a shared vision among collaborative partners and creating solutions to meet the needs of survivors of human trafficking. We will educate attendees of current trends, best practices and engage them in thought-provoking conversation on how to connect all of our resources. Last year’s virtual summit drew approximately 300 child welfare staff, placement providers, community mental health providers, statewide human trafficking programs and other community partners. We are offering two sessions this year, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Please only choose one session to attend.