Sex Related Harm Reduction

What is a sex worker?

A sex worker is defined as a person who receives compensation for sexual services. This can include escorts, pornography performers, exotic dancers, webcam performers, fetish workers; some engage in the legal sex industry while others work in the criminalized industry. Sex workers of all types face stigma, but criminalized workers also face risk of arrest and less access to resources. 


About our Sex Worker Program

Trac-B Exchange offers non-judgmental support and harm reduction services to people of all genders in the sex industry (also open to workers who are not participants of the syringe exchange). We host a monthly meeting for sex workers to network, learn about resources and referrals, get sexual health supplies, and any "bad date list" updates. The meeting is only open to former/current sex workers. Email for the date of the next meeting, and with any questions you may have. You can also email  if you would like to be put on a reminder list about meetings , workshops, and "bad date list" alerts.


What we provide at Trac B 

Trac- B Exchange provides safe sex products such as condoms, female (insertive) condoms, dental dams and lube. Upon special request, Trac-B provides morning after pills (emergency contraception), pregnancy test kits, and drink testers. Trac-B Exchange also offers a resource list for sex workers (local low-cost counseling specifically for people in the sex industry, support groups, health services, legal, financial planning, strategies for exiting the industry). 





If you have been sexually assaulted, please contact law enforcement by dialing 911 and The Rape Crisis Center at (702) 385-2153