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    RESOURCE LIST

    Provided by IEAU as a free resource for Adult Performers and others

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    GENERAL LISTINGS

    SUICIDE HOTLINE

    1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    Trevor Project Hotline

    Suicide prevention among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & questioning (LGBTQ) youth

    1-866-488-7386               

    National Runaway Safeline

    1-800-RUNAWAY (1-800-786-2929)

    National Human Trafficking Hotline 1 (888) 373-7888 or Text: 233733

    National Sexual Assault Hotline. Free. Confidential. 24/7.

    1 800.656.HOPE (4673)

    Also have a CHAT Line from their website: RAINN.org

    Planned Parenthood Locator

    Information & Resources on Birth Control & Women’s Health issues

    1-800-230-PLAN (1-800-230-7526)

    Locator: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/

    Birth Control Locator

    www.bedsider.org/where_to_get_it

    The National Domestic Violence Hotline

    1-800-799-7233

    Health, Life, Accident & other Insurance Advice & Information

    Contact John Fleming: john@localinsurance.net

    In many areas dial 211 or 311 for information on local service providers & government agencies

    Sex Worker Outreach Project (SWOP)

    SWOP Behind Bars

    Support for incarcerated sex workers

    www.swopbehindbars.org

    ARIZONA

    SWOP Tucson

    Tucson, Arizona

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    Swoptucsonaz@gmail.com

    CALIFORNIA

    Bayswan

    San Francisco Bay Area

    Non-profit organization which works to improve working conditions, increase benefits, and eliminate discrimination on behalf of individuals working within both legal and criminalized adult entertainment industries. The organization provides advice and information to social service, policy reformers, media outlets, politicians, including the San Francisco Task Force on Prostitution and Commission on the Status of Women (COSW), and law enforcement agencies dealing with sex workers.

    www.bayswan.org/

    info@bayswan.org

    SWOP Sacramento

    Sacramento

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    sacramentoswop@yahoo.com

    SWOP Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    www.swoplosangeles.wordpress.com  

    swopla@swoplosangeles.org

    GEORGIA

    WPN Power, Co

    Atlanta

    Advocacy & support for sex workers

    www.wpnpower.org

    info@wpnpower.org

    ILLINOIS

    SWOP Chicago

    Chicago

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    www.swop-chicago.org

    info@swop-chicago.org

    LOUISIANA

    Women with a Vision

    New Orleans

    community-based non-profit, founded in 1989 by a grassroots collective of African-American women in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS in communities of color. Major areas of focus include Sex Worker Rights, Drug Policy Reform, HIV Positive Women’s Advocacy, and Reproductive Justice outreach.

    www.wwav-no.org

    info@wwav-no.org

    NEVADA

    SWOP Las Vegas

    Las Vegas

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    Dir.sasslv@gmail.com

    NEW JERSEY

    New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance

    New Jersey

    Works with any sex worker that needs help advocating for their rights (be they escorts or dancers, men or women, cisgender or transgender, etc).

    newjerseyrua@gmail.com

    NEW YORK

    HIV Testing/STD Testing NYC Hotline: 212-427-5120 or 311

    GLITS

    Queens

    We approach the health and rights crises faced by transgender sex workers holistically using harm reduction, human rights principles, economic and social justice, along with a commitment to empowerment and pride in finding solutions from our own community. The first issue we address is that of immediate need/ crisis support for transgender sex workers…

    www.glitsinc.org

    304-88-GLITS  OR (304) 884.5487

    Toll-free SWOP-USA/GLITS Community Support Line: (877) 776-2004 (ext. 212)

    Prostitutes of New York (PONY)

    New York, NY

    Support group for all sex workers, whether current, former or transitioning.  Our members come from every part of the industry.  We have worked in the streets, clubs, agencies, bordellos, bedrooms, peep shows, BDSM parlors and other sex markets of New York.

    http://pony212.wordpress.com/about/

    pony@panix.com

    The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Centre

    New York

    Provides client-centered legal and social services to individuals who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion. One of the first programs in the nation to assist survivors of human trafficking, the Sex Workers Project has pioneered an approach to service grounded in human rights, harm reduction and in the real life experiences of our clients. Our professional service providers are multi-lingual, non-judgmental and bring more than ten years of experience. Our attorneys help clients remain in stable housing, access safer working conditions and employment options, protect their legal rights in family court, clear their criminal records, secure legal immigration status, and fight police misconduct and hate crimes. Our social workers provide long term supportive therapy and case management, creating best practices for an emerging field.

    www.sexworkersproject.org

    mbanderson@urbanjustice.org

    OREGON

    Prism Health

    Portland

    Prism Health offers a safe, affirming, and non-judgmental space where all members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community can obtain the compassionate and culturally effective health care they need and deserve. We prioritize inclusivity to ensure that all members of the LGBTQ+ community can access affirming and high quality health care. Patients do not have to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer to receive care, but services will focus on addressing the sensitive issues of sexual minorities and their families and friends. Prism Health provides free and fast testing for HIV and other STIs.

    https://prismhealth.org/

    (503) 445-7699

    STROLL

    Portland

    A Harm Reduction, Outreach, and Education Group Run by and For Sex Workers

    www.strollpdx.org

    workingitinportland@gmail.com

    Abeni

    Orange County

    Abeni exists to create a safe, confidential place for those working in the orange county sex trades, as well as those being domestically sex trafficked. As allies and advocates, we aim to be a present source of relevant, relational, and holistic support for those who are working or have worked in the adult entertainment industry... No strings attached. No ulterior motives. No hidden agenda.

    https://www.abeni.org

    Contact@Abeni.org

    714-770-9167

    RHODE ISLAND

    COYOTE RI

    West Warwick

    Works with mainly female sex workers

    www.coyoteri.org/wp 

    info@coyoteri.org

    TEXAS

    SWOP San Antonio

    San Antonio

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    swopsatx@swop-sanantonio.org  

    WASHINGTON STATE

    SWOP Seattle

    Seattle

    The Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) is a national grassroots movement devoted to championing the rights of sex workers in order to achieve civil liberties, human rights, and dignity in the workplace.

    www.swop-seattle.org   

    info@SWOP-Seattle.org

    WASHINGTON DC

    HIPS

    Washington, DC

    HIPS believes that those engaged in sex work, sex trade, and drug use should be able to live healthy, self-determined, and self-sufficient lives free from stigma, violence, criminalization or oppression. We will achieve this through engaging sex workers, drug users and our communities in challenging structural barriers to health, safety, and prosperity. HIPS offers a 24/7 hotline to provide emotional support, schedule supplies deliveries, and get connected to health and supportive services.

    1 (800) 676-4477

    hips@hips.org

    http://www.hips.org/

    CANADA

    Stepping Stone

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Provides services and supports to sex workers

    www.steppingstonens.ca

    (902) 420-0103

    Sex Workers Action Group (SWAG)

    Kingston

    Sex Workers Action Group Kingston (SWAG Kingston) is a sex positive group run by sex workers, people with lived experience, allies, and agency members who strive to improve the lives of sex workers in Kingston and surrounding area.

    www.swagkingston.com 

    swagkingston@gmail.com

    Stella, l'amie de Maimie

    Montréal Québec

    Medical clinic for sex workers (limited resources). They also host a community supper, condoms, resource material, advocacy and more!

    info@chezstella.org

    www.chezstella.org

    Project Lune

    Quebec

    (French) Intervening, maintaining and acquiring the femmes / trans / queer ... victims of sexual exploitation…

    www.projet-lune.org

    coordination@projet-lune.org

    Maggie's: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project

    Toronto

    An organization run for and by local sex workers. Our mission is to assist sex workers in our efforts to live and work with safety and dignity. We are founded on the belief that in order to improve our circumstances, sex workers must control our own lives and destinies. We welcome workers of all genders from all areas of the sex trade - street-based sex workers, exotic dancers, escorts, pornography actors, phone sex operators, professional dominants and submissives, erotic massage workers, web cam workers, and others - to join us in our fight to control our own bodies, sexuality and working lives.

    www.maggiestoronto.ca

    Maggiescoord@gmail.com

    Sex Professionals of Canada (SPOC)

    Toronto

    SPOC is a volunteer run activist network that engages in advocacy and education. SPOC operates on the principle that all forms of consensual adult sex work are valid occupations. SPOC maintains that sex workers have the capacity for choice and our experiences are diverse. SPOC maintains that sex workers deserve labour rights, and occupational health and safety standards defined by sex workers themselves.  SPOC members and associates oppose those who seek to ‘rescue’ sex workers using force or coercive measures including court imposed re-education/exit programs, jails or camps. We stand for the decriminalization of all forms of sex work in Canada. We oppose legalization because it is always exploitive toward sex workers.

    www.spoc.ca

    welcome@spoc.ca

    Migrant Sex Workers Project

    Toronto

    Grassroots group of migrants, sex workers, and allies who demand safety and dignity for all sex workers regardless of immigration status. We use a justice based framework that places sex worker rights on equal footing against racism, settler colonialism and border imperialism. We are creating tools that migrant sex workers use to protect themselves against human rights violations, educating the public about the dangers of anti-trafficking and advocating to change policies that hurt and exploit migrants in the sex trade.

    http://www.migrantsexworkers.com

    migrantsexworkers@gmail.com

    Safe Harbour Outreach Project (S.H.O.P)

    Vancouver

    SHOP exists to advocate for the human rights of sex workers. They also offer a variety of support services.

    info@swanvancouver.ca

    www.sjwomenscentre.ca

    604-719-6343

    PACE (Providing Alternatives Counselling & Education Society)

    Vancouver

    Offers low-barrier programming and support in order to serve Vancouver’s most marginalized populations; people who often fall through the cracks due to ineligibility for services that require a fixed address or sobriety can access our services. In this respect, PACE is on the frontline of support for those in Vancouver who need it most.

    www.pace-society.ca

    SWAN (Supporting Women's Alternative's Network)

    Vancouver

    Supports newcomer, migrant and immigrant women engaged in indoor sex work. Our membership includes women from diverse cultural backgrounds who speak various languages. We use this diversity to build a community network that supports women who work in massage parlours, private residences and other indoor sites. Trans* & gender-diverse migrant and immigrant women are welcome. We also support women who have been trafficked.

    http://swanvancouver.ca

    info@swanvancouver.ca

    604.719.6343

    Peers Victoria Resources Society

    Victoria

    Peers is an innovative, multi-service grassroots agency that was established by, with, and for sex workers in 1995. Through direct service delivery and community partnerships, Peers provides an array of outreach and drop in harm reduction and support services alongside education and employment training for current and former sex workers, in Victoria and on Vancouver Island.

    www.safersexwork.ca

    ed@peers.bc.ca

    MEXICO

    Unfortunately, our Spanish is a little rusty.

    Please offer additions and corrections as needed.

    Agenda Nacional Politica Trans de México

    Supporting Trans in Mexico.

    https://www.facebook.com/agendatransmexico

    Casa Xochiquetzal

    Mexico City

    Retirement home for sex workers in Mexico City (space is limited). Some social workers available

    https://casaxochiquetzal.wordpress.com/

    Censida

    https://www.gob.mx/censida

    Birth Control and support for HIV and other STIs.

    DIVERSIDAD TTT, A. C.

    Prevent and educate in HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections in the transsexual community.

    http://www.aids-sida.org

    +52-222-232-2941
    diversittt@gmail.com

    safhenatpanea@gmail.com

    Union y Fuerza de Mujeres Trans Chihuahuenses

    Support and advocacy for transgender sex workers

    https://www.facebook.com/mujerestranschihuahuenses\

    +52 614 184 5987




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