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SWOP-USA wants to be able to address community concerns and issues. We welcome conversations, criticisms and critiques. Feedback from the community is an important part of organizing and help keep us all accountable to the communities we advocate for. Please help us improve our organization using this form.

Community Support Line: 877-776-2004

Our physical mailing address is:

Sex Workers Outreach Project
340 S LEMON AVE #7566
WALNUT CA 91789

To contact us by phone call: 877-776-2004 

Email Directory:
support@swopusa.org (for general inquiries)

ChapterCoordinator@swopusa.org (for new chapter and member inquiries)

ombudsperson@swopusa.org (for grievances and conflict resolution)

Communications@swopusa.org (for press inquiries and blog, newsletter submissions)

Research@swopusa.org (for research inquiries)

We operate a national community support line at 877-776-2004, where current & former sex workers and activists can directly access support. We answer over 95% of calls and will respond to all calls in 24 hours. If your immediate safety is threatened and our hotline volunteers are unable to answer your call, please call:

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
  • National Rape Crisis Line: 1.800.656.HOPE

Check out this powerful article by campaign partner @HIPSDC about why they support The Way @thewayhomeDC.

"Appropriately meeting the current need for long term housing solutions is essential for the health and safety of sex workers in the District." https://t.co/yX9y4jeJRq

I just signed a @DecrimNowDC petition: Tell DC City Council to decriminalize sex work and invest in our communities. Safety and support for Black and brown people in the sex trade, means safety for everyone in our communities. #DecrimNow. Sign here: https://t.co/9rX4ZTcZJZ

What has happened in Christchurch is an extraordinary act of unprecedented violence. It has no place in New Zealand. Many of those affected will be members of our migrant communities – New Zealand is their home – they are us.

Black women are disproportionately criminalized 4 survival. Black immigrants are 3x more likely to face deportation.

Take action to #FreeLiyah, a Black immigrant survivor from Ethiopia who's fighting deportation bc of self-defense.

https://t.co/M0dRZPMIwu

#SurvivedAndPunished

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Sex workers storm NYC protest against prostitution decriminalisation
'Sex workers have had a struggle to be listened to. For too long policy and law on prostitution has been dealt with without sex workers'
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Women take to London's street to protest about sex worker laws
Dozens of women held up banners and placards which read 'sex work is work' and marched through Leicester Square on a cold evening in central London.
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