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H.E.A.T. Watch – Stop Human Exploitation and Trafficking

Alameda County H.E.A.T. Watch Tip Line:
1-510-208-4959
Office of the District Attorney, Alameda County
Nancy E. O'Malley, District Attorney

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Southern California Resources

Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC) (San Diego County)

is an alliance of over 60 government and nonprofit agencies in the United States and Latin America to combat slavery and human trafficking. Through the collaborative efforts of coalition members, BSCC administers a variety of projects and services for victims, law enforcement, and the community.

California Against Slavery

a non-profit, non-partisan citizen group dedicated to ending the crime of human trafficking. CAS believes we can yield the greatest impact by enacting state laws that remove the lucrative profits from sex trafficking and forced labor, and increase the risks to the criminals while protecting the victims. CAS is also working to pass the strongest human trafficking ballot initiative in 2012. To learn more click here

Captive Daughters Films (Lost Angeles)

Captive Daughters Films creates films that promote human rights activism. CDF is a subsidiary of the nonprofit Captive Daughters, whose purpose is to educate the public about sex trafficking, as well as other human rights abuses, through creative media.

Central Valley Against Human Trafficking (Fresno)

provides assistance to adults and minor victims of human trafficking including emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management, transportation and referrals.

Children of the Night (Van Nuys, Los Angeles)

is a privately funded non-profit dedicated to rescuing commercially sexually exploited children. Children of the Night operates a home for exploited children 24 hour hotline. They can provide free taxi/airline transportation nationwide for exploited children.

Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) (Los Angeles)

assists persons trafficked for the purpose of forced labor and slavery-like practices and to work toward ending all instances of such human rights violations. CAST’s activities are interconnected by a client-centered approach that seeks to empower survivors of trafficking to fully realize their individual potential while advancing the human rights of all trafficked survivors. CAST is providing the momentum for these survivors to plant the “seeds of renewal” that will give them the freedom to grow in the direction of their potential and dreams.

Community Service Programs, Inc. (CSP) (Santa Ana)

CSP offers intervention programs for abused children and families in Orange County.

GenerateHope (San Diego)

provides a comprehensive and uniquely designed long-term recovery program for young women who have been trafficked, prostituted, or otherwise sexually exploited. The GenerateHope program provides dedicated housing and recovery, including continued education, job training, life-skills training, individual and group therapy, recreational activities and other support services. Since recovery from sexual exploitation is a long-term process, GenerateHope provides up to seven years of support to work through past trauma. This allows women the ability to live independently and become a positive influence on their communities and future generations.

Mary Magdalene Project (MMP) (Van Nuys, Los Angeles)

provides support services for female victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

Operation SafeHouse (Riverside)

is an emergency 24 hour shelter that provides service to youth and their families.

RISE (San Luis Obispo)

provides crisis intervention and treatment services to survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence and their loved ones. All services are at low or no cost, to anyone regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or ability. Crisis services are available in Spanish and English.

Saving Innocence (Los Angeles)

rescues and commercially sexually exploited children through strategic partnerships with local law enforcement, social service providers, and schools, while mobilizing communities to prevent abuse and increase neighborhood safety.