Michigan Family Impact Seminar #6

Prostituted Teens: More than a Runaway Problem

April 9, 2002

Download the Full Report (pdf)
Download the Executive Summary (pdf)

Featured Speakers

Richard Estes, Professor of Social Work, University of Pennsylvania
The Silent Emergency: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in the United States, Canada, and Mexico

Norma Hotaling, Founder and Executive Director, SAGE (Standing Against Global Exploitation), Incorporated
San Francisco’s Successful Strategies: Prevention Services for Girls and the First Offender Prostitution Program

Additional Chapters/Materials

Prostituted Teens: A Problem for Michigan Too, by Jessica Roman, Catherine Nachtman, and Nancy E. Walker

Prostitution Terminology

Prostitution: Myths and Realities, by Stephanie A. Eddy and Nancy E. Walker

The Silent Emergency: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, by Richard Estes

What are the Risk Factors for Becoming a Prostituted Teen?, by Susan Peterson, Catherine Nachtman, and Jessica Roman

Prostituted Teens and the Law, by Marsha B. Liss, Thomas Judd, Nancy E. Walker, and Stephanie A. Eddy

Policy Alternatives for Addressing the Problem of Prostituted Teens, by Nancy E. Walker, Jessica Roman, Thomas Judd, Susan Peterson, and Catherine Nachtman

A Model Program From the State of Minnesota