Awareness of Sex Trafficking in the Sacramento Region

Guest Blog from The Institute for Social Research Sex trafficking is an issue that is hidden from public awareness throughout the Sacramento Region. The Institute for Social Research at Sacramento State surveyed 1,948 residents across the Sacramento Region (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba Counties) to measure their level of   awareness and understanding …

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Camp Hope

We have partnered with Tyler Cervania, the Program Coordinator with the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center (F.J.C.), to introduce F.J.C.’s CA.T.C.H. Program and our summer camp, Camp HOPE for CSEC youth. The Family Justice Center’s C.A.T.C.H. Program (Children And Teens Creating Hope) is a FREE year-round youth leadership program committed to inspiring new pathways to …

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Help after Tragedy

Women experience violence in so many ways in the United States, from physical abuse and sexual assault to domestic violence, stalking, and human trafficking.  Whatever form it takes, violence against women can have serious long-term physical and emotional effects and is a crime.  Too often, women shoulder the burden of healing from their victimization without …

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I Never Knew I Could

I was in a very dark place, and I was headed down a destructive path, and God steered me straight. I want to thank you personally, Sawan, for introducing me to CASH. It has helped me tremendously, not only financially but mentally. It gave me the resources that I needed for school and finding a …

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