Read on about other organizations that are making a difference in this issue in California and around the world...
At A Place Called Home, caring staff, supporters and volunteers come together to provide South Central Los Angeles children and teens 8 years old – 21 years old with love, safety, enrichment, training, and opportunities through educational programs, counseling, and mentorship.
California Against Slavery is on a mission to defend the freedom of every child, woman and man by empowering the people of California to fulfill our obligation to stop human trafficking.
H.E.A.T. Watch (Human Exploitation And Trafficking), based in Alameda County, exists to develop an effective comprehensive, collaborative, and regional response to human trafficking of all forms; to provide tools, education, and community engagement to change societal, legal, and institutional approaches; and to support victims and hold their offenders accountable.
Opening Doors assists under-served members of the Greater Sacramento Area to find greater opportunities within the US social and economic system, to become self-sufficient, and to realize their dreams of a better future. Their programs help those escaping human trafficking and newly-arriving refugees to restart safe and healthy lives.
The Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking rescues and rehabilitates sex trafficked girls, ages 6-12, in North America, and provides a safe house for victims of human sex trafficking.
Rock Against Trafficking (R.A.T.) is a non-profit organization established to fight for the end of child slavery worldwide. R.A.T.'s mission is to create awareness of this crisis and provide resources for the rescue and restoration of victims through the power of music.
Polaris Project, named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., disrupts the conditions that allow human trafficking to thrive in our society. From working with government leaders to protect victims’ rights, to building partnerships with the world’s leading technology corporations, Polaris sparks long-term change that focuses communities on identifying, reporting and eliminating trafficking networks.
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) is a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual human rights organization located in Los Angeles that has been nationally and internationally recognized for its dedication to the identification of trafficking survivors, the mobilization of all sectors of the community to identify and advocate against trafficking, and the provision of direct services for victims.