Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH), a program of Community Pride Project Overview
Target demographics: Adult women who are victims of sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, and prostitution.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 200 women each year who have been victims of sexual exploitation.
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Help with a special event or fundraiser, take brochures to other agencies, provide clerical assistance and data entry, provide training to staff and education session for our clients, or gather donated hygiene products. If you had 3 hours a month, you might be interested in our Board of Directors. If you had 3 hours a week, you might want to help at our drop-in center.
Geographic areas served: Sacramento, California, and primarily Oak Park
Programs: CASH provides street outreach to women who have been prostituted. At the drop-in center, which is open three nights a week, food, clothing, and non-judgmental support are offered. Peer counseling, support groups, education, assistance with health, mental health, housing, and substance abuse issues, and information and referrals to other community agencies are provided. We also give presentations and training to community groups and other professionals. This next year, CASH will be doing outreach and education to drug and alcohol program staff and clients, offering a group for incarcerated women, and groups at substance abuse recovery programs. Our future plans include developing an alternative sentencing/diversion program.
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