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Help provided by The San Diego Regional Human Trafficking & Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Advisory Council.
National Trafficking Hotline
24/7 888-373-7888 SMS 273733 (Text “help” or “info”)
The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe.
24/7 Hotline 713-322-8000
Rescue America exists to rescue, revive and empower the sexually exploited through a 24/7 Rescue hotline and emergency response.
National Trafficking Shelter Alliance
Connecting survivors throughout the country with appropriate residential shelters efficiently and with dignity.
Safe House Project
(Go to “Get Help” survivors or advocates)
Safe House Project’s mission is to increase survivor identification through education, provide emergency services and placement to survivors, and ensure every survivor has access to safe housing and holistic care by accelerating safe house capacity and development across America.
Alabaster Jar Project
Counseling Services, Educational Opportunities, Health, Mental Health, Transitional Housing, comprised of Grace House, a long-term residential program; a Resource Center, a drop-in center that provides clothing, toiletries, programming and Peer Support Group.
Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition
Emergency Shelter, Hotline, Counseling, Intervention, Education, Prevention, Advocacy, Labor Trafficking resources
Center for Community Solutions
858-272-5777, crisis hotline, 888-385-4657
CCS is a San Diego based non-profit organization dedicated to ending relationship and sexual violence. CCS’ free services include a 24/7 confidential crisis hotline, four domestic violence shelters, counseling, legal services, safety planning, prevention education and more.
Children of the Immaculate Heart
The adult program, St. Bakhita’s includes housing, case management, education, and therapy, partnership with other organizations to provide medical and psychiatric careProgram for Minors, The Refuge includes Short-Term Residential Treatment Program, program for girls to stay up to 6 months, schooling, job training, therapy.
Community Resource Center
CRC is dedicated to helping people live safe, self-sufficient lives by providing assistance in the areas of domestic violence services, food programs, , and emergency and transitional housing assistance.
Free to Thrive
Free to Thrive assists survivors with removing legal barriers on their journey to freedom. They also connect clients to non-legal support services offered by community partners. Their legal services focus on criminal record clearing (vacatur).
Generate Hope is faith-based organization providing long term, comprehensive programs to women who have been sexually trafficked, so that they are able to reintegrate into society and walk powerfully into their futures.
Long-term Safe Housing, Psychotherapy, Education and Career Assistance, Adjunct Therapies, Medical, Dental, Optometry, Tattoo Removal, Legal, Community Education and Training.
iCare is a trauma informed program that provides supportive services to youth in San Diego County up to age 21 who are at risk of or who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation
Counseling Services, Educational Opportunities, Employment/Skill Training, Health, Mental Health services
International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America.
La Maestra Community Health Centers
Counseling services, Education, Educational Opportunities, Employment/Skills training, Advocacy, Medical services, Mental Health and Substance Abuse services, legal assistance, labor trafficking assistance
North County Lifeline
Counseling Services, Intervention, Education, Prevention Education, medical and mental health services, housing, transitional housing
One Safe Place, Family Justice Center
OSP provides free support services under one roof to anyone who has experienced child abuse, sexual assault, human trafficking, domestic violence, elder abuse, hate crime, violent loss, family violence or any abuse or victimization.
Point Loma Nazarene University, Center for Justice and Reconciliation
Counseling services, mentors, Educational opportunities, prevention education, advocacy, OnRamps Collaborative
Salvation Army Door of Hope
Counseling services, Employment/Skills training, Substance Abuse counseling, housing, transitional housing
San Diego Rescue Mission
Counseling services, Educational Opportunities, Employment/Skills training, health services, substance abuse counseling, housing, legal assistance
San Diego Youth Services
619-521-2250 x 3816
Counseling services, Educational Opportunities, Prevention Education, Employment/Skills training, Mental Health counseling
STARS Program, San Diego Youth Services, https://sdyouthservices.org/services/child-sex-trafficking-awareness-and-recovery/
STARS (Surviving Together, Achieving and Reaching for Success), a trauma informed program of San Diego Youth Services, provides services for youth between the ages of 12 and 24 who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking.
Counseling and mental health services, medical health services, legal assistance
South Bay Community Services
619-420-3620 x 2128
Counseling services, Employment/Skills training, housing.
Survivor Leader Network
Counseling services, mentorship, Educational Opportunities, Advocacy
Their programs range from early intervention and preventive work with children before they develop mental health issues, to youth immersed in substance use disorder to long-term special education and training for young people and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Your Safe Place, Family Justice Center
Your Safe Place provides confidential, comprehensive services to anyone who has experienced domestic violence, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, or sex trafficking. At Your Safe Place we provide supportive services in a judgment-free manner that empowers clients to become survivors and move forward with their lives.
Counseling services, medical and mental health services, housing, transitional housing, legal assistance