Under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, victims of human trafficking in the U.S. who are non-citizens may be eligible for a special visa and comprehensive benefits and services.
Sex Trafficking Pages
Learn about the victims, traffickers and buyers of sex trafficking.
Myths and facts about commercially exploited children
Documents and links related to Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.
Learn more about commercial sexual exploitation of children and young adults to help better identify and serve these kids in our community.
Here you will find the speaker slide decks that were able to be made available ahead of the 2018 conference.
Here you will find PowerPoint slides that were able to be made available for the 2018 Sex Trafficking Conference
These links provide access to the 2018 Network meeting minutes. These meetings occur once a quarter.
Learn about Network, Executive Team and Sub-Committee meetings
Find out what's being done to address sex trafficking in your community and how you can help.
CSEC Related Documents
Language is very important when talking about trafficking and victims.
Learn what to do if you know of commercial sexual exploitation of children.
The purpose of this collaborative is to improve local capacity to address sex trafficking in Multnomah County.
Learn the Oregon and Federal Laws related to sex trafficking and the consequences for the traffickers (Pimps) and the Buyers (Johns).
Interested in Sex Trafficking training or awareness presentations? Find out how.
The STEP subcommittee of the CSEC Collaborative has formed a suggested Safety Plan and Best Practices regarding sex trafficking survivors
Connect with other local partners committed to helping sex trafficking survivors.
Do you need a presentation for community Group or Organization? Find out how.
Here you will find details regarding the June 28, 2018 Sex Trafficking Conference: Enhancing Services & Building a Stronger Collaborative.
Understand your options and get help now.
Connect to services in Portland, Oregon.