AB 124 aims to support survivors of violence, including domestic violence and human trafficking, by providing trauma-informed charging, sentencing, and
AB 366 improves upon existing laws to strengthen reproductive health equity for youth in California’s foster care by extending the
SB 224 ensures students receive crucial age-appropriate mental health education from a qualified instructor at least one time during elementary
In 2014, California enacted SB 855, clarifying that a child who is sexually trafficked is a victim of child abuse.
While the rate of unintended pregnancy among teens and young adults in the United States has reached a 30‐year low,
In 2015, California passed Senate Bill (SB) 794 which enacted key provisions of the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening
Launched in 2015, the groundbreaking Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Program is administered by the California Department of Social Services
In 2016, California signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 1322 which precludes minor victims of commercial sexual exploitation from being