Our mission is to offer support for survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and sex-trafficking, navigating the criminal and social justice systems in the mid-Willamette valley, Oregon. We offer in-person support for survivors, online support for families of missing and chronically exploited youth and adults, specialized training for professionals and community members, and advocacy during law enforcement interviews. We believe that public education increases awareness, resulting in increased victim identification and better intervention outcomes. We are committed to collaboration with law enforcement and social services providers, believing collaboration is the most effective method to achieving criminal and social justice.
We offer both 24/7 crisis intervention and on-going victim advocacy that is culturally specific and responsive. We exist to support the survivor, and believe they know what is best for themselves as they take steps on the path toward safety and healing.
Safety Compass points hopefully toward the continuum of services available in the community for survivors of sex trafficking. We are partnered with an extensive array of agencies to refer survivors to comprehensive, wrap-around care. We are committed to providing this within the community, for the health and healing of both the individual and the community as a whole.