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The Arizona State University Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research is proud to release our new community website filled with agencies that serve victims of sex trafficking in Arizona, funded by our US Department of Health and Human Services Children's Bureau grant.
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This website highlights the trauma-focused and victim centered agencies throughout Arizona that serve victims of sex trafficking. Specific information about each agency is listed, including eligibility, location, and a specific person to be contacted for sex trafficking specific services. As we continue to train clinicians and service providers around Arizona we will continue to build this website over the next five years.
This is not a website for the detection of new sex trafficking victims, but is for service providers to refer their sex trafficked clients to targeted services. For a victim who needs immediate investigatory or child welfare services, please continue to call law enforcement, the Arizona child abuse hotline, and the Polaris hotline.