Family Services’ Rape Crisis Center
Contact: Jennifer Noelani Boteilho or LInda Bonilla, Program Manager, Family Services of Tulare County- Rape Crisis, 559-732-7371, www.fstc.net
Family Services offers several free human trafficking services including comprehensive case management, crisis counseling, information and referral, therapeutic services, shelter for adults, some financial assistance, targeted outreach, community education presentations, training to service providers.
Topics: Anything concerning human trafficking. For CSEC, FSTC coordinates with Tulare County Child Welfare Services and the District Attorney’s Office to provide joint training. Because of our new collaborative grant with the DA’s Office and TCSO, we anticipate more collaborative trainings in the future.
Audience: All groups, including, general public, professionals, educators, etc.
Tulare County Child Welfare Services
Contact: Alicia Zayas, ACSW, Clinical Social Worker II, Child Welfare Services, 559-623-0398
Zayas is the CSEC Clinician at this time for Child Welfare services. She provides crisis management and clinical support along with training for community members, services providers, law enforcement, and youth on the topic of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.
Tulare County District Attorney’s Office
Contact: TCDA, 559-636-5471
The Office of the District Attorney offers resources such as bilingual
brochures, posters, and educational speaking opportunities to bring
awareness to human trafficking. For more information, visit
Homeland Security Investigation
Contact: Daniel Ruiz, Resident Agent in Charge, Homeland Security Investigations/Fresno (Fresno, Tulare, Kings, Madera, Merced, and Mariposa Counties), 559-487-6003
Audience: Public, law enforcement, NGOs, etc.
Types of Training/Presentations: HSI Provides presentations, training, etc on ex trafficking, general human trafficking, CSEC, labor trafficking, etc. HSI can offer a HSI 101 presentation coupled with a HSI Human Trafficking/Victims 101 Presentation.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Contact: Nicole St. Germain, Program Analyst/Outreach & Education Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 213-894-1054
EEOC provides training/presentations regarding human trafficking, as well as employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, genetic information and retaliation under all statutes.
Audience: Presentations and outreach with public or private entities can be made upon request.