Resources

Knowledge is power!

About CSEC provides a succinct breakdown of the commercial sexual exploitation of children and the trends we are seeing at MISSSEY.

FAQ answers questions people often have about how the business of exploitation works – who is vulnerable to exploitation and who are the exploiters.

Myths and Facts dispels the notion that sex trafficking only happens overseas to young girls.

Getting Help will connect you to MISSSEY and other service delivery and advocacy organizations that can answer your questions, provide services, or make referrals to appropriate resources.

Additional Resources:

The Life Story is a great survivor-informed online resource that provides a detailed trajectory of how sex trafficking impacts female survivors, featuring powerful testimonies from several survivor leaders.

HEATWatch, an anti-trafficking initiative run by the Alameda County D.A.’s office, provides local stats on human trafficking.

The Polaris Project, a national anti-trafficking organization that runs a 24/7 crisis hotline, also provides extensive data reports and calls to action focused on human trafficking.

MISSSEY Data Report – June 2009


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