Violence Against Women Resources

Human Trafficking Poster for California Businesses

Since 2013, California has required certain business to post a human trafficking notice  SB1193 poster that promotes awareness of the resources for survivors of human trafficking and slavery.

For more information, SB1193 fact sheetMayor's letter SB 1193Results of the SB 1193

How San Francisco Business Can Help Combat Human Trafficking

1. Train Staff to Recognize Signs of Trafficking & to Refer to Resources

2. Audit Supply Chain for Human Trafficking

3. Distribute Posters & Resources to Increase Awareness

4. Sign on to an Anti-Trafficking Code of Conduct

5. Connect Other Businesses to Anti-Trafficking Efforts

6. Provide Financial Support to Anti-Trafficking Service Providers & Prevention Efforts

Get more information from the  SF businesses can help address human trafficking

Yearly Highlights

The Mayor’s Task Force on Anti-Human Trafficking started meeting in March of 2013.  During its first year, the Mayor’s Task Force has generated a strong collaboration among city and community agencies. 

1st year highlights of MTF on Human Trafficking

2nd year highlights of MTF on Human Trafficking

California Human Trafficking Laws

Human tafficking in Califorania is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation, and forced labor as it occurs in the state of California

View the 2014 California Human Trafficking Laws

Anti-Trafficking Teen Poster Contest

The SFCAHT Anti-Trafficking Teen Poster Contest is open to high school students attending public, private, or home schools in San Francisco.View the 2014 Teen Poster and  2015 Teen Poster

San Francisco Human Trafficking Services

Human Trafficking Services in San Francisco includes the list of service providers and the matrix of services provided specifically for victims of human trafficking including: women, girls, men, boys, and transgendered individuals.