Outreach

SWOP Sacramento’s focus is on harm reduction with an emphasis on the reduction of HIV and other communicable diseases, rape reduction, reduction of violence against Sex Workers, accurate education and useable services.

Chaperone and Advocacy – SWOP Sacramento acts as a liaison between government entities, processes and sex workers.

Street Outreach – We specialize in street and field outreach addressing the needs of our most vulnerable.

Home Visits – Sacramento SWOP Reaches out to those who would like help but feel more comfortable meeting in their own space.

Hospital and Institution Visits – Sex Workers best understand the needs and lives of other sex workers, therefore we through peer support.

Research and statistics – Sacramento SWOP uses statistical based analysis to better advocate for our population. In 2015 we conducted a Needs Analysis
which was instrumental in passage of SB233 allowing sex workers to carry condoms with out the fear of arrest and allowing sex workers to report violent offenders with immunity.

State Advocacy – SWOP Sacramento is a driving force in the California State Capitol when it comes to legislation regarding sex workers. SWOP advocates for
the interests of sex workers and trafficking victims at the state and federal level.

What’s New

  • Stop the Raids

SEX WORKER RIGHTS SYMPOSIUM WEBINAR FEB. 9TH FROM 6-8PM

January 30th, 2022|Comments Off on SEX WORKER RIGHTS SYMPOSIUM WEBINAR FEB. 9TH FROM 6-8PM

Stop The Raids, Stand With Sex Worker Rights During Super Bowl LVI 2022. An online webinar on the way forward for policy and practices for sex worker rights in LA and California. This event will [...]

International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers

December 9th, 2021|Comments Off on International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers

Good food, solid company, and a moment to stand up for those who can not.... May our sisters and brothers #RestInPower Each year on December 17th we gather worldwide to mourn those we lost this [...]

CLEAR – Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement and Research Report

June 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on CLEAR – Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement and Research Report

"In 2019, SWOP Sacramento and Reframe Health and Justice conducted an online survey of sex workers in both criminalized and legal sectors of the adult industry (e.g., strippers, porn actors, professional practitioners of bondage, sadism, [...]

  • Information on Paid Interviews of Sex Workers

Sacramento SWOP and UC Davis Re-Start Research Project

June 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Sacramento SWOP and UC Davis Re-Start Research Project

During 2019 and the beginning of 2021 Sacramento SWOP and UC Davis were engaged in interviewing Sex Workers regarding the intersection of criminalization and Sex Work. Our goal was to find out how criminalization of [...]

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