SAN DIEGO COUNTY 501 (c)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS PROVING SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS
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ALABASTER JAR PROJECT
Program aims to provide a safe and nurturing living environment in North County, San Diego that will facilitate spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional healing along with an array of support services and educational opportunities for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Currently operates transitional housing opportunities as well as a Drop-In Resource Center in North San Diego County which provides clothing, toiletries, nonperishable food items, and baby needs such as diapers and formula.
Mailing Address: PO Box 351, Poway, CA 92074
Phone: (858) 598-3238
Tax ID: 46-3504411
BILATERAL SAFETY CORRIDOR COALITIONS
Delivers comprehensive services to pre-certified victims of trafficking through a network of partner agencies. Services range from emergency response, to long-term case management including: housing, mental health services, immigration relief, legal advocacy, interpretation and translation services, etc. Also, BSCC administers a 24-hr hot-line and a Trafficking Emergency Response Team to assist victims in immediate need. Furthermore, BSCC offers ongoing training and technical assistance to coalition members, law enforcement agencies and the community at large.
121 E 31St, Suite A, National City, California, 91950
Phone: (619) 336-0770
Fax: (619) 336-0791
Emergency Response Hotline (619) 666-2757
Goal is to reach victims where they are being prostituted and provide housing, case management and mentoring for those who are rescued from “the life.”
Hidden Treasures Foundation
5694 Mission Center Road, #366
San Diego, CA 92108
Lynn Burgard / Executive Director
FREEDOM FROM EXPLOITATION
A not-for-profit agency serving people who have been exploited through the sex industry as prostitutes, stripping, escorts and in Human Trafficking.
Kathi Hardy (619) 459-4877
P.O Box 5788
San Diego, CA 92165
Assist Sexual Exploitation Survivors in transforming from victim to survivor to leader using self-empowerment, client-centered, trauma-informed and peer-based models.
Autumn Burris, Founder/Director
NORTH COUNTY PROJECT LIFELINE
Project Lifeline Scholarship Program was founded in 1990 to provide young men and women who have become involved in the juvenile justice system with a combination of financial assistance, service support and personal encouragement to enable them to achieve educational and personal success following high school. Project Lifeline covers financial need not met by other scholarships or financial aid, such as an annual grant of up to $6,000 which may be applied to various student expenses. Lifeline also offers social services to aid students in any area, academic or personal, in which they may need assistance to be successful. In addition, Lifeline provides each participant with two mentors. Lifeline provides counseling for children with serious mental health concerns and various services to support victims of human trafficking.
WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER
Provides high quality supportive services, counseling, shelter and education to North San Diego County women, children and men involved in or threatened by domestic violence or sexual assault.
1963 Apple St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
24-Hour Hotline: (760) 757-3500
ADDITIONAL ANTI-TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS
TOGETHER FREEDOM (formerly Facess)
A non-profit anti-trafficking organization that provides services and support for young girls (average age of 13) who were rescued from sex trafficking and slavery within United States. Victims are recovered daily by law-enforcement, FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security. In addition to providing long-term housing, Together Freedom provides twenty-eight different areas of service and professional evaluation. Together Freedom creates a specific individualized plan to meet the individual needs of each rescued victim in order to build trust that opens the door for hope and healing for these young victims.
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Phone: (951) 399-3332
31500 Grape St., PMB 242
Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
NATIONAL SEXUAL VIOLENCE RESOURCE CENTER
123 North Enola Drive
Enola, PA 17025
(717) 909-0710 Phone
(717) 909-0714 FAX
(717) 909-0715 TTY
(877) 739-3895 Toll Free
A San Diego safe place for survivors of sex trafficking to heal and find restoration in long-term housing and trauma-informed therapy, education, and vocational support. Since recovery from sexual exploitation is a long-term process, Generate Hope provides safety, community, and individualized life skills support to work through the deep trauma and discover a healthy, purpose-filled life.
TOUR AGAINST TRAFFICKING
Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin
1528 Oakdale Rd,
Modesto, CA 95355
Phone: (209) 576-0104
CENTER FOR JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION
As a product of the Center for Justice and Reconciliation (CJR) at Point Loma Nazarene University, this site is a contribution to the growing need to understand and engage locally, nationally and internationally around the issues related to human trafficking.
Cincinnati, Ohio - the former gatekeeper to the Underground Railroad - and joined the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Today, End Slavery Now is owned and operated by the Freedom Center as a part of its contemporary antislavery program.
PO Box 684284, Austin, Texas 78767
Please open Alabaster Jar web page. Grace House Director, Susan Johnson oversees both projects.
CHURCHES AGAINST TRAFFICKING
PO Box 1164
Poway CA 92074
Lawyers Club of San Diego is a specialty bar association founded to advance the status of women in the law and society. The Human Trafficking Collaborative is a Lawyers Club committee that seeks to raise awareness and address the overwhelming and growing problem of human trafficking in San Diego by providing community and legal education, fostering advocacy, and collaborating with community partners.
402 West Broadway, Suite 1260, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 595-0650
NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING COLLABORATIVE
Kaye Van Nevel
SAN DIEGO HUMAN TRAFFICKING COMMUNITY MEETING
SAN Diego Youth services, STARS PROGRAM
VISTA COMMUNITY CLINIC
CALIFORNIA AGAINST SLAVERY
SURVIVORS FOR SOLUTIONS
PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL
FREE THE SLAVES
1320 19th Street NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036 USA
Phone: (202) 775-7480
Communications Director Terry FitzPatrick
SHARED HOPE INTERNATIONAL
P.O. Box 65337
Vancouver, WA 98665
Phone: 1-866-HER-LIFE (866) 437-5433)
P.O. Box 65323
Washington, DC 20035
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A timely story. We feel a mother’s anguish and her determination to save her daughter, no matter the risk. This suspenseful novel shines a light on human trafficking, a cruel and underreported crime that devastates the lives of its victims. --Ann Robson, award winning author of MARULA RIDGE
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