California Child Trafficking Service Provider Directory

Learn more about state and federally funded anti-trafficking programs in California providing direct services and support to human trafficking survivors and their families and how to access training or technical assistance.

California Child Trafficking Service Provider Directory

Resource Hub

Need a child trafficking related resource? Check out PACT’s comprehensive Resource Hub to download or be linked to county templates, the California Child Trafficking Capacity Matrix, relevant ACL’s and ACIN’s, screening tools, public awareness materials, research, training opportunities, specialized materials and more.

PACT Resource Hub

CDSS Child Trafficking Response Team Funded Training

The California Department of Social Services, Child Trafficking Response Team contracts out training opportunities available to all California Child Welfare Agencies and their Multi-Disciplinary Partners. 

Some of the trainings provided at no cost include:

  • CalSWEC: Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Awareness Training Course (CSEC 101)
  • Westcoast Children’s Clinic – CSEC 102 16 hour training Course
  • Westcoast Children’s Clinic – Advanced Caregivers Training, 16-hour Training Course
  • The Cool Aunt Series Training and Resources
  • UC Davis Children’s Hospital Child and Adolescent Abuse Resource Evaluation (CAARE) Center and California Department of Social Services- on demand web course for Caregivers of Youth Experiencing Sex Trafficking and Exploitation
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Child Labor Trafficking Brief and Toolkit

“The Child Welfare Response to Child Labor Trafficking in California” is a research brief accompanied by an online tool-kit, including a case study of the original ten child welfare agencies who participated in PACT.  This research highlights PACT’s efforts to implement a comprehensive approach to child trafficking. 


In 2019, PACT counties began initial work to expand their CSEC Programs to address child labor trafficking and its intersection with commercial sexual exploitation. While still in the beginning stages, this model serves as an initial roadmap to build capacity to prevent, early identify, and serve vulnerable children and youth who interface with child welfare systems.


Explore our Interactive Child Labor Trafficking Report and Tool-Kit to access county, state and federal resources.

The Department of Social Services (CDSS) endorsed this work by releasing ACIN I-17-21  (May 11, 2021) Introduction Of The Child Labor Trafficking Brief, Online Toolkit, And Mini-Desk Guide.

Child Labor Trafficking Report & Toolkit