Erotic Trade Worker Community Resources

Aurora Commons

A welcoming space for our unhoused neighbors to rest, prepare a meal, connect to resources and collectively create a healthy and vibrant community.
Website: https://www.auroracommons.org/
Phone Number: 206.299.2278
Address: 8914 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

FLUX

Division of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) that aims to raise the profile of the trans and gender nonconforming community by leveraging social events, creating safe spaces, and innovative advocacy.
Website: https://www.transidentity.org/

Hepatitis Education Project

Provides support, education, advocacy and direct services for people affected by hepatitis and to helping raise hepatitis awareness among patients, medical providers and the general public. Testing available.
Website: http://hepeducation.org/
Phone Number: 206.732.0311
Address: 1621 South Jackson Street, Suit 201, Seattle, WA 98144

Helen Weiss

Medical Assistant at Country Doctor Community Clinic
Address: 500 19th Avenue E., Seattle, WA 98112
Phone Number: 206.299.1600

Ingersoll Gender Center

Provide peer support groups, health care data base, and job board for trans and gender non-conforming communities.
Website: https://ingersollgendercenter.org/
Phone Number: 206.849.7859
Address: 911 Pike St, Suit #221, Seattle, WA 98122

Lifelong

Focused on providing case management services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS
Website: http://www.lifelong.org/

People’s Harm Reduction Alliance

Peer-run organization that promotes a philosophy of harm and reduction and safer drug use.
Website: http://www.peoplesharmreductionalliance.org/

Project Peer

Peer-led program that provides outreach and non-medical case management services to individuals at high risk for acquiring HIV. Testing available.
Phone Number: 206.323.1768 ext 319
Website: http://www.seattlecounseling.org/project-peer/

Safe Night Access Project Seattle (SNAPS)

Peer-led program that provides outreach and support services to survival sex workers.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Safe-Night-Access-Project-Seattle-503208903408233

Sex Work Outreach Project (SWOP)

Provides public education, raises awareness around issues sex workers are faced with, and hosts events to provide support and connection to individuals who have participated in sex work.
Website: http://www.swop-seattle.org/

Resources listed on this page are LGBTQ+ and erotic trade worker friendly. Additional resources available upon request.