Sacramento Swop supports the integration of sex workers into the mainstream through conventional and non-conventional techniques. We build bridges between Sex workers and the world to allow the human rights of those workers to be upheld.

Sexual and General Health – Condoms, Lube, hygiene supplies, education and health screening appointments. 

Personal Safety while working in the Sex Trade –  SWOP Sacramento provides panels and classes on spotting predators, high risk clients, condom use and the importance of street safety. 

Sex Worker Interface and Capacity Building Programs – Sacrament SWOP specialized in professional interface programs educating health care workers, law enforcement, probation officers, clergy, educators and more. 

Exiting from Sex Work – SWOP Sacramento helps to facilitate transition from the sex trade to other industries.

Food Program – SWOP Sacramento provides both hot meals and meal boxes to our most marginalized participants. 

Clothing and Essentials – Since inception we have provided essentials such as coats, shoes, blankets, tarps, and other living essentials to those who have none.

What’s New

Governor Newsom Signs SB233 – Immunity From Arrest

July 30th, 2019|Comments Off on Governor Newsom Signs SB233 – Immunity From Arrest

Written by James Johnson On Friday, July 26th 2019, Governor Newsom signed SB233. This bill was introduced by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and co-sponsored by SWOP Sacramento, ACLU So. Cal., Alix Lutnik, ESLERP, USPros, [...]

Betty Irene Moore Flower Project

July 16th, 2019|Comments Off on Betty Irene Moore Flower Project

Written by  Kristen Di Angelo For the last five years, The Sex Workers Outreach Project and community partner The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis have collaborated in order to effect change [...]

2019 Western Regional Summer Institute on Union Women Welcomes Sex Workers

July 8th, 2019|Comments Off on 2019 Western Regional Summer Institute on Union Women Welcomes Sex Workers

This year the BC Federation of Labour hosted the Western Regional Summer Institute for Union Women, “Equity. Justice. Reconcili-action: Building worker power through Intersectional feminism and activism.” It was hosted on July 2-6, 2019at the University of [...]