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Human Trafficking Services

All services are voluntary, confidential and free.

The at:project (Anti-Trafficking Project) provides services to victims and survivors of human trafficking (sex and labor) and serves all regardless of age, sex, gender identity, race or cultural background. Services and Resources are available to suspected and confirmed victims of sex and/or labor trafficking.

The at:project provides individualized, person-centered services using accessible, solution-oriented practices driven by the needs, strengths, and voices of victims and survivors of human trafficking in Central Oregon.

Advocacy Services

Sex and Labor Trafficking Services

Legal Information & Referrals

Referrals to legal aid services for protection orders, fair housing, employment discrimination, petitioning for expungement & other immigration benefits.

Basic Needs

Prompt assistance in the form of food, clothing, hygiene supplies, transportation & translation services.

Housing Navigation & Referrals

Support with accessing housing resources, such as vouchers and waitlists, for both short-term & long-term needs.

Mental Health Resources & Referrals

Connecting individuals to mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment options, & crisis support services.

Public Benefits & Document Replacement

Help applying for public benefits & support obtaining or replacing document.

Education & Employment Services

Assistance with GED, resume building, transportation to interviews, and referrals to local services for job training and career development.

Advocacy & Case Management

Identify needs to ensure appropriate access to resources & services, create safety plans, & facilitate secure & confidential care.

Medical Care Referrals

Support navigating healthcare system and referrals for primary care providers, dental care, nutrition counseling, accompaniment to SANE exams, etc.