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This paper, developed by Public Consulting Group, Inc., explores the types of facilities and programs described in the Family First “setting[s] providing high-quality residential care and supportive services to children and youth who have been found to be, or are at risk of becoming, sex trafficking victims.” Public Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG) conducted an analysis of what it means to provide quality supportive services in congregate care settings to children and youth who are at risk of sex trafficking in a way that would reduce their risk or help them permanently escape trafficking by reviewing research publications and consulting with service providers and researchers in the field of sex trafficking. Our findings examine the elements that make these specialized residential settings unique and appropriate for treating survivors and/or young people who are at risk of sex trafficking.

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