The best of my knowledge, all resources listed here are explicitly sex worker-friendly.
Free/low cost mental health and emotional support
Sexual/physical health resources
Drug use harm reduction
- Zde naleznete všechny zdroje výslovně vhodné pro sexuální pracovnice.
Zdarma / duševní zdraví a emoční podpora
Zdroje sexuálního / fyzického zdraví
Snižování škod na užívání drog
- Hier sind alle Ressourcen, die explizit für Sexarbeiterinnen geeignet sind.
Kostenlose / psychische Gesundheit und emotionale Unterstützung
Quellen sexueller / körperlicher Gesundheit
Verringerung des Schadens durch Drogenkonsum
- Voici toutes les ressources explicitement adaptées aux travailleuses du sexe.
Gratuit/santé mentale et soutien émotionnel
Sources de santé sexuelle / physique
Réduire les méfaits de la consommation de drogues
ฟรี / สุขภาพจิตและการสนับสนุนทางอารมณ์
แหล่งที่มาของสุขภาพทางเพศ / สุขภาพร่างกาย
INTERNATIONAL FREE/LOW COST MENTAL HEALTH & EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
(Note: If you are in immediate crisis, please see resources listed above.)
Case workers, food vouchers, a sex-worker-friendly therapist directory and much more!!Thanks to: ugly mugs.org
Sundays on Zoom— the entire community is welcome. DM @SexWorkersAA on Twitter for access.
A list of physical and mental healthcare services for folks in the porn industry. FSC also provides a health insurance benefits package for performers in certain US states.
Providing 24/7 online emotional support as well as free and subsidised professional therapy and advice to all performers and producers who have been active in the adult industry within the past 6 months. Mostly centered on the US and UK. They also have a list of sex worker-friendly therapists here.
Group therapy can be a lower cost option than private sessions, and some of us do our best work interacting with others. Affiliated certified group psychotherapists in most states offer group therapy sessions.
Website listing apps for managing anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and related disorders. Most range in price from free to $ 4.99.
Federally funded non-profits providing health care to the underserved, with or without insurance. Sliding scale.
Support groups are one way to find safe community; they are often free or very low-cost. National list of every kind of support group imaginable on website.
(800) 950-NAMI (6264)
A helpline with trained staff who can answer questions on your mental health symptoms, treatment options, and resolving legal issues. They don’t provide direct counseling, but can help you find an
San Francisco-based sex worker health collective. They literally wrote the book on sex worker health and safety. Available in its entirety here. Everyone who works should read it.
A helpful guide for questions to screen potential therapists, put out by SWOP USA.
A free hotline for everything you EVER wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask. Seriously. These folks know all.
National directory of theraputic professionals who are proactively knowledgeable about and sensitive to a broad array of sexual expressions and identities.
A directory of direct service providers and legal, medical and mental health professionals who are capable of providing non-judgmental, client-centric and harm reduction-oriented services to individuals in the sex industry.
Online counseling services offering internet therapy with licensed therapists at a fraction of the cost of in-person counseling.
Universities that offer advanced degrees in psychotherapy, social work, counseling, and therapy produce graduates every year, who need thousands of supervised counseling hours to meet licensing requirements. Interns often charge well below the market rate of fully licensed therapists. Look for university-affiliated mental health clinics near you.
Physical & Sexual Health Resources
Check out their “Porn 101” video featuring big name porn stars. It covers basic STD transmission information, along with advice for maintaining safety and sanity on the porn set. It’s worth watching even if porn isn’t your career; for folks who make fantasy for a living, they sure know how to get real!
If you don't know about sexually transmitted diseases, or want to refresh, a “just the facts” website. Transmission, symptoms, prevention, and treatment for all STDs, along with useful statistics.
Peer-based occupational health and safety clinic for sex workers and their families in San Francisco.
(415) 989-SFSI (7374)
The sex ed hotline to end all sex ed hotlines. That crazy out-there sex question that you don’t know who to ask…? SFSI has seen, heard, and done it all.
Ostensibly for teens and young adults, simply the best sex-ed website around. If you have basic questions about sex or sexual health, Scarleteen will break it all down in a thorough, matter-of-fact, and often funny way that’ll leave you feeling better about the human race.
A community support "warm-line" (not staffed all the time), for current and former sex workers, activists, organizers, and allies.