The Anti-Trafficking Project and Cannabis Workers Program provides human and labor trafficking hotline services, including safety planning, risk assessments, hygiene items, clothing, food, mental health, substance abuse treatment referrals, applying for public assistance benefits, and document replacement. In addition, the program offers assistance with GED, resume building, transportation to interviews, and referrals to local services for job training and career development. Case management and medical accompaniment services are also available. All services are confidential.
Eligibility: -Anti-Trafficking Project: Individuals who are experiencing or survivors of sex or labor trafficking or exploitation
-Cannabis Workers Program: Individuals who have worked in the marijuana industry who have experienced wage loss, unsafe living and working conditions, violence, labor exploitation, or human trafficking
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (541) 647-0658 Main phone
Email Address: [email protected]
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Call for information
FEES: None
DOCUMENTS: None required at intake
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish interpretation by arrangement
AREA SERVED: Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties
  • Advocacy * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Case/Care Management * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Certificates/Forms Assistance * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Food Pantries * Human Trafficking Issues
  • GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction * Human Trafficking Issues
  • General Clothing Provision * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Human Trafficking Hotlines
  • Human Trafficking Prevention
  • Language Translation * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Mental Health Evaluation * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Personal/Grooming Supplies * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Prejob Guidance * Human Trafficking Issues
  • Specialized Information and Referral * Human Trafficking Issues
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