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Important! If you know a child who is in immediate risk, call 911 or your local police.

We’re Here To Help

Contact our office, Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at (604) 777-7510 or by email [email protected]

The support we provide depends on the help that is needed but may involve supporting you to develop a safety plan, or a plan of care.  We can also help refer you to other resources available to you such as the Ministry of Children and Family Development, law enforcement, counseling and other support and intervention services.

Our Partners


Canada’s tipline for reporting online child sexual abuse and exploitation. They receive and process tips from the public about potentially illegal material, as well as activities regarding the online sexual exploitation of children, and refer any relevant leads to the appropriate law enforcement agency and/or child welfare agency.


Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline

A confidential, multilingual service, operating 24/7 to connect victims and survivors with social services, law enforcement, and emergency services, as well as receive tips from the public.


If you think a child or youth (under 19 years of age) is being sexually exploited, call 1800 663 9122 at any time of the day or night. You should call even if you don’t have all the details, and if you think someone else has already reported the incident.

BC Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers provides people with the opportunity to share information anonymously about criminal activity. They will deliver the information to the appropriate law enforcement agency, so that a crime – or potential crime – can be solved.


Our Video Series

Children of the Street produced 15 videos for parents and caregivers which share important messages from community members and professionals on the topic of online sexual exploitation. Although produced in 2015, the advice shared is still very much relevant today.

Our Parent Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to educate parents on the issue of sexual exploitation and human trafficking and equip them with strategies and tools for managing this issue should it happen to their child.

Our Quick Tips

Here you’ll find free, downloadable short guides on our frequently asked questions such as how to spot sexual exploitation, how to support a child who is being exploited and key terms and definitions to help you better understand the issue.

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