Every woman should be treated with dignity & respect

Your Future
Has Hope


African American mother and daughter
It's time to break the cycle

Non-Judgmental Support & Outreach

Our vision is to empower our community through education, research, and support, to combat commercial sexual exploitation and empower women to control their own destinies.

Central to the mission of CASH is the philosophy of peer-based mentoring and harm reduction services. Our mentors understand commercial sexual exploitation and inspire hope because they have lived through the same experiences. They provide street-level and online outreach, mentoring and coaching, and access to services that make a difference.

We’ve created this tool-kit for you. We want you to be safe and connected to services you need. Our guide is here for you to access anytime.

We Help You Find Your Strengths

All are welcome to come in, have a meal, find clothing, or simply enjoy a safe space.

Emergency housing, case management, recovery assistance, and health care connections.

A 25-hour course that is offered through the courts that meets prostitution diversion requirements.

We provide a strong support system for all ages of women.

Resolve episodes of homelessness by exploring existing supports and options for assistance.

Job readiness and skill building program for women seeking employment.

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Understand Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking.

Did You Know?

Research is Desperately Needed
on Human Trafficking in Sacramento

Thanks to the dedication of Senator Richard Pan and Councilman Eric Guerra, Community Against Sexual Harm is the lead organization on a 3-year research project to Estimate the Scope of Sex-Trafficking in Sacramento County.

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Our mission is to assist commercially sexually exploited women through survivor-led peer support and harm reduction services, while providing education about the harm inflicted on women and the community.

We believe in strengthening women, families, and communities impacted by sexual exploitation.


Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH), under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, ensures “No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”

CASH will make every effort to ensure nondiscrimination in all of its services, programs, and activities, whether they are federally funded or not, and that services and benefits are fairly distributed to all people, regardless of race, color, or national origin. In addition, CASH will provide meaningful participation in all its programs in a nondiscriminatory manner.

Related federal statutes, remedies, and state law further those protections to include sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation, and age. For information or guidance on how to file a complaint, or obtain more information regarding Title VI, please contact the CASH Executive Director at svaden@cashsac.org

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