Human Trafficking Case Aide Internship
Wichita (United States of America)
The Human Trafficking Case Aide Intern will work with
survivors of sex and labor trafficking, assisting the case manager in everyday
direct service activities. This may include, assisting with client intakes,
documenting safety planning and ensuring clients have access to emergency
resources, facilitating life skills classes, transporting clients to and from
appointments, and working within a trauma-informed framework to provide
services to some of Wichita and Kansas’ most vulnerable populations. She/he
will work directly under the supervision and guidance of the Anti-Human
Trafficking Program Coordinator and the Human Trafficking Caseworker.
• Assist case manager in intake services, including but not limited to, needs assessments, safety planning and service planning.
• Provide direct services to clients and, if applicable, their families, including providing home/shelter safety visits; enrolling individuals in public benefits;; transporting individuals to medical and mental health appointments ; and making referrals to community resources.
• Developing a confidential online case file and case note management system for clients of the human trafficking program
• Assistance in the planning and implementation of events related to the IRCs participation in Human Trafficking Awareness month in January
• Create case notes regarding all services provided to or on behalf of a client.
• Participate in case staffing’s, providing updates on case status as appropriate.
• Triage walk-in needs.
For the sake of stability and continuity, the IRC asks for a minimum commitment of 3-4 months, with at least 15 hours per week.
In-depth training will be provided for interns to understand human trafficking case management programming and the various needs of clients accessing services. A high-level of confidentiality is required when working with IRC clients.