CARE provides confidential advocacy, support, and related referrals for students, staff, faculty, and alumni working who are currently or formally engaged in working in sex labor and who have been impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.
Because experiencing violence as a sex worker often intersects with multiple systems of power, CARE recognizes that there is not one resource or path toward healing that will best serve all members of a community. CARE acknowledges that a survivor who is also navigating the sex industry may have unique considerations as they determine the best path to ensure their safety.
While CARE recognizes and supports survivors of sex trafficking--in which labor is forced--CARE also acknowledges that sex work is a legitimate form of work that people choose to enter for a variety of reasons, including financial motivations, emotional fulfillment, empowerment, meeting basic needs, exposure to new experiences, accessibility to marginalized folx, and many more reasons not listed here.
- Rape, Abuse, & Incest Network (RAINN)
- Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP)- USA
- Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP)- LA
- Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) Behind Bars
- Black Sex Worker Collective (BSWC)
- Black Sex Worker Collective Linktree
- Pineapple Support
- Sex Workers Safety Tips