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Our Drop-in Center & Programs

RDS is committed to providing both short-term and long-term solutions to help victims/survivors involved in human trafficking build better lives. We run a victims/survivors drop-in center in Compton, CA, and offer a variety of court-ordered and non-court-ordered programs for those who have been involved in human trafficking or arrested for trafficking related crimes.


Our Drop-In Center

The RDS drop-in center is a place of refuge for survivors of human trafficking. We provide snacks, toiletries, STI educational materials, PPE, GED preparation, a place to shower, condoms, and additional resources based on each individual's needs. Operated by a network of members and volunteers, the center is open 40 hours a week. All of our services are housed in the drop-in center, with the exception of our support services, which we provide in collaboration with other agencies.

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Survivor Diversion Program

The Survivor Diversion Program (SDP), formerly known as Prostitution Diversion Program (PDP), is a court-ordered and non-court-ordered program for them who are involved in human trafficking and have been arrested for trafficking related crimes. When a victim has been arrested on human trafficking charges, they will be given the option to either accept or decline PDP. The program is implemented during group sessions.

Our SDP is entitled "Ending The Game" and lasts 1-18 weeks. The goal of the program is to mentor and educate clients, thereby encouraging them to exit the life of survivor while providing them with the support they need to live self-sufficient, productive lives ultimately.

Supportive Services

The Supportive Services are provided to victims of human trafficking who are participants in the SDP group sessions, drop-in center clients, and non-court-ordered referrals. The Supportive Services complement the Diversion Program. All victims/survivors in RDS will participate with SDP group meetings; however, referral for Supportive Services includes:

  • Mental Health
  • Anger Management
  • Parenting
  • Domestic Violence
  • GED Preparation
  • Substance/Alcohol Abuse
  • Computer Access
  • Mentoring
  • Job Preparation
  • Shelter Referrals
  • STI Workshops
  • And More

Temporary Assistance

We all need help from time to time. RDS collaborates with sheltering programs throughout various counties to provide housing for victims/survivors involved in human trafficking.  At the first point of contact, an intake form may be completed by a restoration worker, or a contact number will be provided to the victim. Then, the participants may be transferred or referred to a program that best fits their needs. The participants will be required to follow the guidelines and rules of the sheltering program. A restoration team will be assigned to the individual, and we will oversee and make every effort to meet the needs of each participant.