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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

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

Email Directory: (for general inquiries) (for new chapter and member inquiries) (for grievances and conflict resolution) (for press inquiries and blog, newsletter submissions) (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

Consider the violence of police surveillance/arrest, violence of clients, violence of transphobia—we must repeal the #WalkingWhileTrans ban!!!

Too often people try to justify violence against Black trans women by suggesting that they were sex workers. That is no excuse for assault or murder!

Protecting Black trans women includes protecting Black trans sex workers!

This and every Thursday at St. James Infirmary:

Join us for our STRIDE Transgender Clinic from 1:30-4pm.

Treat yourself with FREE Drop-In Acupuncture from 4-6:30pm.

Mujeres Latinas en Acción, un grupo para Trabajadoras Sexuales Latinas Transgéneras, se reúne de 5:30-7:30p.

This work is on the move! Getting in where I fit in but I still have bills to pay. I love the work I do and I am so excited for the upcoming projects. 100 year plan here we come! 💕

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