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    Taxonomy Code: BH-1800.1500-750

    Networks of people who are willing to provide short or long-term shelter in private homes, places of worship or other facilities for individuals experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault survivors, undocumented people and others who are fleeing a dangerous or threatening situation and who have no other safe alternatives. These homes or facilities may also provide for the basic subsistence needs of residents including food, clothing and, in some cases, a variety of social services. Also included are organizations that refer people who are in need of this service to the nearest safe house.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Children of the NightProvides a 24-hour nationwide crisis hotline and 24-bed shelter home with 24-hour intake and on-site school, designed to provide effective intervention in the lives of children who were sexually abused and forced to live on the street as child prostitutes. Also offers an outreach street program throughout the western region of the United States. Funds the taxi or airfare transportation of a child at all hours of the day and night including weekend and holidays. When possible arrange for non-stop flights and always have child care staff member at the airport to escort the child.Children Of the NightChildren of the Night
    GenerateHope, San DiegoProvides long-term, comprehensive care to survivors of sex trafficking. We offer transitional housing, therapy, education and case-management. Services for women only. GenerateHopeGenerateHope, Inc
    Safe Families for Children, Olive Crest Treatment CentersParents can arrange for their children to stay with a background checked, trained, and approved host family while focusing on resolving crisis situations and work to bring stability back to their home. The program is designed to extend and strengthen the community safety net for at-risk families. Safe Families is a positive alternative to the state welfare system, giving parents freedom to work through difficulties without the worry of losing child custody.CentralSafe Families for ChildrenOlive Crest Treatment Centers

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