Community Resources - San Diego County
San Diego Child Abuse Hotline
*If it is determined that the child may be in immediate danger, a social worker and/or law enforcement officer will make a home visit within a few hours of receiving notification. If there is not an immediate danger, a social worker will investigate within three to ten days of receiving a call if it is determined that the child may be at risk.
The Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition Direct Victim Services
(San Diego, 24/7)
California Child Abuse Hotline
CALIFORNIA: Mandated reporting of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children effective January 1, 2016: The commercial sexual exploitation of a child is a form of sexual abuse and required by law to be reported to the Child Abuse Hotline by all mandated reporters. California mandated reporters. If a victim needs immediate medical attention, call 911 or your local emergency number.
- Senate Bill 794 (New Penal Code section 11165.1(c)(1-3) adds a definition of “Commercial Sexual Exploitation” to the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) - California Penal Code section 11165.1.)
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center
OR Text "HELP" or "INFO" to "BEFREE" (233733)
24/7 in 200+ languages
Office of Refugee Resettlement Administration for Children & Families
1(202) 205-4582 (for reporting suspected child trafficking)
U.S. Customs and Borders Protection