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Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic surge, Family Services' offices are currently closed to public walk-ins.  Normal hours of operation remain while staff conducts services remotely or by appointment only. As always, essential crisis services will remain available.   Read more.

Human Trafficking Services

Services for at-risk youth and survivors of human trafficking:  


Youth Drop-In Center

  • The Freedom House is a safe place for youth under 18 and AB12 (extended foster care) youth ages 18-22. 

  • Access to support groups, art therapy, and traditional therapy

For information about The Freedom House, please call 559-429-4359.

Emergency Assistance

  • Advocacy, emotional support, and peer counseling for human trafficking survivors and those at risk. 

  • Assistance to facilitate breaking free from trafficking. May include: gas cards/bus passes, clothing and hygiene products, gifts cards, hotel vouchers.

Case Management

  • Confidential information, referrals to services, crisis counseling, and legal advocacy

Professional Counseling

  • No cost professional counseling for survivors and significant others
  • Survivor support groups are available free of charge

Community Education & Outreach

  • Educational presentations to raise awareness of human trafficking
  • Outreach booths at community events.
  • Extensive training for community members & local service providers on the dynamics of human trafficking. 

If you or someone you know needs our help, please call our 24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline at 559-732-7273 or 559-784-7273, or reach out to the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888.

Thank you to our generous sponsors.

  • The Sence Foundation
  • First 5 Tulare County
    First 5 Tulare County
  • The Law Office of Afreen A. Kaelble
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