Core Provider Services for Sex Trafficking Survivors

Below you will find services provided in Multnomah County, Oregon for sex trafficking/commercial sexual exploitation survivors. This is not a comprehensive list of all agencies represented in the Multnomah County Commercial Sexual Exploitation Collaborative.

Handouts:

Sex Trafficking Survivor Services Brochure (1.4 MB)

Core government funded sex trafficking services in Multnomah County (490.96 KB)

General Resources in Multnomah County for Sex Trafficking Survivors (462.04 KB)

Advocacy and 24-hour Crisis Line


Call to Safety’s 24/7 crisis line for support and information: 1.888.235.5333

Residential Support


Morrison Child and Family Service SAGE

https://www.morrisonkids.org/programs/residential/sage-youth-residential-program/

Main line: 503.258.4200

More Information: A secured residential facility for individuals who have experience commercial sexual exploitation. Referrals accepted from DHS, law enforcement, or guardian. Various treatment providing including on-site nurse, mental health clinicians, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners, substance abuse treatment, public school education, peer mentors, case management, and skills training.

Mental Health and Substance Use Services


LifeWorks Northwest

http://www.lifeworksnw.org/

Intake line: 503.645.9010

More information: LifeWorks NW provides comprehensive and integrated mental health and addictions support and offers specialized programming for commercially sexually exploited youth and adults involved in the sex industry.

Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) and Intensive Community-Based Treatment Services (ICTS) programs

Age Range: 3-18

More Information: Provides community-based culturally-specific treatment and case management and intervention support to commercially sexually exploited children and youth.

New Options for Women (NOW)

Intake line: 503.761.5272 x 5614

Age Range: 18 and up

More Information: Serves adult women who have been involved in the sex industry with intensive outpatient wraparound services, including mental health and substance use treatment, individual and group therapy, case management and recovery mentorship.

Department of Health Services and Child Protective Services


DHS Gateway Teen Unit  (GTU)

http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/CHILDREN/CHILD-ABUSE/Pages/index.aspx

Report child abuse to the 24-hr hotline: 503.731.3100 or 1.800.509.5439

More information: DHS has a specialized unit that provides custodial and case management support to commercially sexually exploited children and young adults. This unit focuses on safety planning and collaborative placement efforts, while maintaining long-term relationships with youth in their care. If you would like to make a report to DHS regarding a child you believe is being abused please call the hotline and note any concerns regarding sex trafficking on the call.

Medical Examination for Youth


CARES Northwest

http://www.caresnw.org/

Referral: 503.276.9000 (8:00am-5:00pm)

(24/7) Physician phone consult: 503.413.2200 (ask for CARES Northwest on-call physician)

More information: CARES NW provides medical examinations and forensic interviews for youth up to age 18 when there is concern of sexual and/or physical assault or sexual exploitation/trafficking. CARES NW is a collaborative, multidisciplinary medical program addressing abuse and neglect through prevention, medical evaluation, and trauma therapy, in partnership with our community.