Services

If you are in need of urgent support, please contact the 24/7 crisis line through Call to Safety 503-235-5333

Outside of the Portland Metro area?

Call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center 1-888-373-7888

or text "Help" or "Info" to 233733

Services for Individuals who have Experienced Sex Trafficking

Below are available services within Multnomah County, Oregon for individuals who have experienced, or are at risk of sex trafficking.

Note: this list is not comprehensive of all agencies represented within the Multnomah County Sex Trafficking Collaborative.

24/7 Crisis Line & Resource Referral

503.225.5333 - (24/7) (texting Mon - Fri 11am - 3pm)

1.888.235.5333 - (toll free, 24/7)

support@calltosafety.org

Confidential crisis line support, resource referrals, safety planning, support groups, as well as confidential case management to survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking, and sex trafficking. Call to Safety serves survivors of all genders. Call to Safety serves survivors of all genders, and also provides support to providers and support systems who are looking to connect with services within SW Washington and Portland Metro, Oregon.

Prevention

503.243.5123

education@raphaelhouse.com

Raphael House of Portland provides sex trafficking specific prevention work in Multnomah County. Contact them to request a presentation, consultation support, or to simply learn more.

Case Management

New Avenues for Youth - New Day Program

503.258.7081 - Referral line (8:00am - 5:00pm)

Age Range: 12 - 25

Mentorship and case management focusing on individual skill building and goal planning, includes resource referral and systems navigation; Community-building activities and groups; Array of housing stabilization options including placement, navigation and subsidy.

New Day Outreach Flyer

New Day information card for providers

New Day Referral Form

Secure Residential Program

503.258.4200 - Main line

Age Range: 11 - 16.5

SAGE is a secure residential treatment program for female-identified youth who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation. SAGE provides a comprehensive array of services including the following: a therapeutic, trauma-informed milieu setting; individual, family, and group mental health and substance use treatment; psychiatric evaluation and medication management; on-site education; on-site medical care; peer delivered services, and case management. Referrals to SAGE must come from the youth’s legal guardian.

Mental Health & Substance Use Services

(Inner North Portland & Community based)

503.645.9010 - Intake line

Age Range: any age

Provides comprehensive and integrated mental health and addictions support, community-based, culturally-specific treatment and case management and intervention support to individuals who have experienced sex trafficking.

LifeWorks Northwest - New Options for Women (NOW)

(East Portland)

503.761.5272 - Intake line

Age Range: 18 and up

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 Human Services and Child Protective Services

855.503.7233 - Report child abuse to the 24-hr hotline

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

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

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

Age Range: Under 18

CARES NW provides medical examinations and forensic interviews for youth 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.