Designed to educate service providers on the issue of sexual exploitation and human trafficking, enabling them to recognize warning signs and safeguard their clients against exploitation, and equip them with strategies and tools for managing this issue.
Contact our office, Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at (604) 777-7510 or by email [email protected]
Onyx is a free, confidential, voluntary support service for youth aged 13-18, of all genders and all orientations, who are, or are at risk of, being sexually exploited.
Cybertip is Canada’s national tip line for reporting the online sexual abuse of children including child abuse images, online luring, child exploitation through prostitution and traveling to sexually exploit children.
Reports can be made online or by phone 1 866-658-9022.
Helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way.
Call the Youth Against Violence Line at 1-800-680-4264 and talk one-on-one to a YAV Line support worker 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Concerned parents, teachers, caregivers, service providers and others are also welcome to call for information and assistance.
Crime Stoppers provides people with the opportunity to share information anonymously about criminal activity.
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.
This toolkit is designed to educate service providers 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 client.
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.
Children of the Street is dedicated to preventing the sexual exploitation and human trafficking of children and youth in British Columbia. We achieve this goal through education strategies, public awareness initiatives, and family support. Children of the Street is a program of PLEA Community Services Society of BC.
We acknowledge that we work, live and play on the unseeded territories of the Kwiketlem, Tseil-Waututh, Sto:lo and Qayqayt peoples.