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SafeHouse ensures that each victim is offered comprehensive case management services

These services include the following elements:

1) Appropriate intake/interview and assessment,
2) Shelter/housing and basic needs,
3) Medical and dental,
4) Mental health,
5) Interpreter/translator services,
6) Immigration and civil legal services,
7) Assistance in receiving “certification”,
8) Victim advocacy,
9) Literacy, education, job training, life skills training, and
10) 24-hour evening an weekend response.

SafeHouse’s human trafficking program that takes place inside and outside the facilities of SafeHouse. SafeHouse also recognizes that victims do not become survivors overnight and that 2-4 years of services are needed for victims to become self-sufficient.

Our philosophy is to bridge the gap of awareness about human trafficking; to establish a common ground of information and knowledge on the issue in order to prevent future cases, identify victims, equip our jury pool, and increase the knowledge and tools to equip the community, service providers, legal, and law enforcement. RCAHT has created several trainings targeting various groups in order to provide the appropriate information to the specific group. From September 2010 through December 2012, SafeHouse, Sheriff and Million Kids have provided over 300 hours of trainings, to 10,954 people, individuals/groups, while distributing over 11,373 awareness and information materials.
Together with community support, we provide emergency and long-term shelter, intervention and outreach services to runaway, homeless, exploited, and other youth in crisis. SafeHouse serves as co-chair of the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking task force ensuring comprehensive care to all trafficking victims – minors and adults, domestic and foreign nationals.

Our goal is to restore dignity to trafficking victims.

Victims range in their needs of being great to small, recognizing that each victim is unique. Some of the services that victims receive are: shelter and housing, food, clothing, medical, dental, mental health, interpreter services, immigration and civil legal services, victim advocacy, literacy, education, job training, life skills training, and 24-hour evening an weekend response.

You can ensure that these crucial, on-call, crisis intervention and intensive case management services continue for victims by donating to Operation SafeHouse. Contact Operation SafeHouse to find out exact needs victims are facing and how you can help ensure a positive outcome for their new start.