resources

RESOURCES, OUTREACH, AND EDUCATION


 BRIDGEWAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER



Domestic Violence Centers & Counseling: Offers residential and counseling programs for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

The Women’s Center (St. Charles): (877)946-6854

The Women’s Center (Troy): (877)462-1758

Sexual Assault Center: Offers sexual assault emergency room response teams (SART) in St. Charles, Lincoln, and Warren Counties. SART volunteers respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to area emergency rooms when a sexual assault victim enters the hospital for an exam. For immediate intervention, call toll-free +1(877)946-6854 in St. Charles County or +1(877)462-1758 in Lincoln County.

COALITION AGAINST TRAFFICKING & EXPLOITATION (CATE)

(314)289-5656

Our mission is to build a community movement to respond to human trafficking through public advocacy, training, and outreach strategies. Provides training to police and health and human service professionals. Contact Amanda Colegrove, amanda@supportvictims.org, the Coalition Organizer.

EVERYDAY ABOLITIONIST

Performers through Cornerstone UMC use dance to raise awareness of human trafficking. Contact Michelle Revelle.

HEALING ACTION

(314)764-5531

Weekly peer support groups provide ongoing, trauma-informed, relational support to women who have experienced any form of prostitution, stripping, and/or pornography. Provides training for hotel industry. Contact Katie Rhoades, founder and executive director at info@healing-action.com.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ST. LOUIS

(314)773-9090 x160

Provides comprehensive case management for identified victims of human trafficking. Case management can include advocacy and legal assistance, crisis intervention, safety planning, education and employment assistance, health related services, housing and shelter assistance, personal items, financial assistance, reunification and repatriation assistance, interpretation/translation, and transportation. Also provides free technical assistance and trainings. Contact Amanda Mohl at mohla@isstl.org.

LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN MISSOURI, INC.

(314)256-8756

MAGDALEN HOUSE ST. LOUIS

Opening in Spring of 2015, two year residential program.

NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOURCE CENTER (NHTRC)

+1(888)373-7888

If you think someone is a victim of trafficking, call the NHTRC to obtain information and to access supportive services for the victim. Get help. Report a tip. Find services.

SAFE CONNECTIONS

(314)531-2003

Free services, education, and support for teens and woemn who have experienced sexual or domestic violence. If you or anyone you know needs crisis intervention services, call our 24-hour Crisis Helpline at (314)531-2003.

ST. CHARLES COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

(636)949-7355

Outreach, education, prosecution. Contact Jillian Anderson, Chief Attorney for Policy & Development at JAnderson@sccmo.org.

ST. LOUIS RESCUE AND RESTORE COALITION/INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ST. LOUIS

(314)773-9090 x158

The mission of the St. Louis Rescue and Restore Coalition is to increase the identification of foreign national victims of human trafficking and to build a community movement to respond to all forms of human trafficking through public awareness, training, and outreach strategies. Contact the Coalition Organizer, Amanda Mohl, at mohla@isstl.org or visit their website, www.stoptraffickingmo-il.org.

THE COVERING HOUSE

(314)865-1288

Provides shelter and residential programs for girls, ages 13-17. Also provides outpatient services.

TURNING POINT

(888)873-7233

Provides 24 hour crisis assistance for victims of domestic violence, including emergency shelter, counseling, and community education.

YOUTH IN NEED

(636)949-3771

Emergency, transitional, and long-term social services for youth who are victims of human trafficking.

YWCA ST. LOUIS REGIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT CENTER

(314)531-7273


  PREVENTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING FORT ZUMWALT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2017

NATIONAL RESOURCES FOR PREVENTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING

TRAFFICKING INFORMATION AND REFERRAL HOTLINE 1.888.3737.888


The National Human Trafficking Resource Center

https://www.polarisprojet.org/

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services: Administration for Children and Families

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/trafficking/index.html

U. S. Department of Homeland Security-Blue Campaign

http://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign

U.S. State Department Trafficking in Persons Program

http://www.state.gov/g/tip/

U. S. Department of Labor: Wage and Hour Division

http://www.dol.gov/whd./index.htm

The Office of Victims of Crime

https://www.ojp.gov

American Associaion of University Women (AAUW) 

http://www.aauw.org

Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking

https://www.endslaveryandtrafficking.org

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

http://www.unodc.org


LOCAL RESOURCES FOR PREVENTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING

St. Charles Outreach Coaltion Against Human Trafficking (SCCAT)

http://www.stcharlescoaltion.com

National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)

https://www.ncjwstl.org

St. Louis Rescue and Restore Regional Program

http:// www.StopTraffickingMO-IL.org


CURRENT EFFORTS TO END HUMAN TRAFFICKING FEDERAL

The main Federal legislation is the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA)

To track Human Trafficking Prevention bills

https://www.govtrack.us.congress

STATE

MO Attorney General Anti-Trafficking Unit

To track Human Trafficking Prevention bills

http://www.moga.mo.gov