Board of Child Care’s Regional Navigator Program is for youth and young adult survivors of sex trafficking. The program will improve access to coordinated, trauma-responsive services and provide culturally competent, comprehensive, and holistic trauma treatment in Anne Arundel County.
Through a single point of contact service coordination model, the Board of Child Care (BCC) will provide eligible Anne Arundel County youth and young adults (24 years old and under) with emergency response services, basic needs support, and connection to resources that promote safety, self-sufficiency, and wellbeing.
BCC is working with partners and community stakeholders to assess and improve current screening efforts, promote awareness, increase early identification of child sex trafficking victims and identify gaps in services and the need for regional expansion in order to better meet the needs of Maryland’s youth.
Who We Serve
The Regional Navigator program serves Anne Arundel County youth and young adults age 24 and younger who are suspected or confirmed survivors of sex trafficking.
Contact the Regional Navigator Program
• Prioritize safety for all survivors
• Ensure basic needs of survivors are met
• Provide care coordination to survivors to increase wellbeing
• Connect survivors to trauma treatment services and a variety of wellness activities
• Guide youth to achieve personal empowerment with a strengths-based approach
• Coordinate with a multi-disciplinary team to ensure continuity of care within and outside of BCC
• Advocate for community change and increased education about human trafficking
• Create community partnerships to increase awareness, understanding, and screening in AACo
• Intensive care coordination
• 24-hour crisis response and safety planning
• Evidence-based and research-supported interventions
• Victim advocacy
• Provision of basic need supplies
• Individual, family, and group therapy with trauma certified therapist *
• Co-occurring substance use treatment *
• Psychiatric care *
• Connection to holistic therapies, life skills training, recreational activities, legal advocacy, spiritual needs, etc.
• Interpretation and translation services
• Community training and education
* Services provided through BCC’s Outpatient Mental Health Clinic