It takes a village: The role of community partners in supporting trauma-informed healthcare access for victim/survivors of human trafficking
Apr 23, 2020 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Ending the cycle: Trauma-informed health services for victims/survivors of human trafficking. A multidisciplinary response
Apr 23, 2020 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Jennifer Cox, is Program Director, Human Trafficking Medical Safe Haven, for Dignity Health’s System-wide Family Medicine Residency Programs. Jennifer has been strategically involved in Dignity Health's human trafficking initiative since 2015, serving as a program steering committee member and Community Health Specialist. In these roles, Jennifer led human trafficking response program initiation, and community partner acquisition to support intervention and response services for six Dignity Health Hospitals in the Greater Sacramento Service Area. Before this role, Jennifer served as an Executive Director for a community resource center and health clinic while concurrently serving 12 years as an ICCE certified women’s health educator. For over 20 years, Jennifer served as director of women’s community outreach programs in Davis, Ca. Jennifer’s educational background is in Communications and Organizational Leadership. For the past 25 years, Jennifer’s passion for supporting projects that address care for vulnerable populations has taken her internationally to Kosovo, Brazil, Mexico, and Greece.