As the local responders for the National Human Trafficking Hotline, The at: project (Anti-Trafficking Project) works directly with victims and survivors of human trafficking in Central Oregon. We provide confidential support and and assistance to adult and minor survivors of sex and labor trafficking, including:
- Crisis Intervention
- Safety Planning
Advocates work with survivors to access community resources such as:
- Case Management
- Housing Connection
- Medical Care
- Emergency Housing
- Academic Needs
- And More
Additionally, if you have been trafficked or are currently being trafficked, we can explain the steps to report to law enforcement. If you choose to report, your at: project advocate will help you navigate the reporting process and help coordinate services on your behalf with other agencies including legal, community services, and law enforcement.
We are the local service provider partner of Polaris, who operates the U. S. National Human Trafficking Hotline. They provide 24/7 support and a variety of options for survivors of human trafficking to get connected to help and stay safe. Trained hotline advocates take tips of suspected trafficking from community members, then contact their network of nearly 4,000 local responders.
As Polaris’ service provider in Central Oregon, the at: project helps survivors build plans so they can safely leave their situations or get the help they need to rebuild their lives.
at: project began as services within Cascade Youth and Family Center, J Bar J’s program for runaway and homeless youth. In 2019, it became a separate program.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 541-647-0658