Resources in Sacramento and around the world are available to help sex trafficking victims.
Wind Youth Services is one place that provides a temporary home for victims of sex trafficking. News10’s Suzanne Phan talks with Wind Youth Service’s Chris Stambaugh.
Click on the links below to learn about other resources
Wind Youth Services
Courage to Be You
SAGE- Standing Against Global Exploitation
Run for Courage
Rescue and Restore Human Trafficking Program
The state of California has 10 human trafficking bills pending in the legislature.
On Thursday, May 19, 2011, the state assembly passed a bill to fight commercial sex trafficking of children with a 72 to 0 vote.
AB12, the Abolition of Child Commerce, Exploitation and Sexual Slavery Act (the ACCESS Act) would increase the fine against someone convicted of trafficking children to $25,000.
Learn more about sex trafficking bills pending in the California legislature
Check out the map below to see what other states are doing to battle sex trafficking.