Current Community Resource Offerings:
Supplies-Do you need condoms, hygiene items, Plan B, pregnancy tests, or drug test kits? We can get them to you! Please contact us by text 702-381-9399, or email us SWANevada@gmail.com!
Legal- we can help seal records in Nevada and provide an attorney at no cost to you to help seal criminal records. Contact us directly!
PUA- We collaborated on a guide to help sex worker in NV get PUA. If you're having trouble getting PUA benefits during the pandemic, please read our guide: tinyurl.com/PUA-NV
Mutual Aid Fund- SWAid Vegas is providing a limited monthly microgrants to sex workers in Vegas, visit the website to apply: https://www.swaidvegas.org/
Here are some other local resources in the Nevada and Las Vegas areas:
free rapid HIV testing and condom closet
401 S. Maryland PWKY
PrEP locator: https://www.greaterthan.org/get-prep/
PEP: (post exposure prophylactic- used in the case of possible or accidental exposure to HIV) @ Planned Parenthood, all locations (702) 878-7776 PEP can also be accessed at any emergency room.
PrEP & PEP tools: https://www.pleaseprepme.org/nevada
Sexual Health Clinic:
reduced cost/free full panel testing, PrEP, PEP (702) 759-0702
Community Outreach Medical:
For those living with HIV, or HIV positive partners: services, grants, transportation, nutrition assistance, medication assistance, Ryan White Grant. Also providing low cost family planning contraceptives https://www.communityoutreachmedicalcenter.org/our-programs
Needle exchange, pregnancy, HIV, and HepC testing, Naloxone
Sliding Scale/Low Cost Medical Services:
Southern Nevada Health District- family planning, immunizations, low cost STD clinic 702-759-1000
Hope Clinic, Medical+Dental 702-952-9564
Nevada Health Centers (multiple locations) 800-787-2568
Planned Parenthood 702-547-9888 (IUD, condoms, abortion services, STD- some free services)
Sin City Sisters:
providing assistance to those needing to fill in the gap for HIV medications. Providing condoms, community for HIV+ individuals.
HIV/AIDS positive with income at or under 80% of area median. Short term emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgage, utility, and move-in costs. AIDS program (702) 382 2326
Help for Victims of Crime:
National Center for Victims of Crime:
SW Positive Mental Health and Therapy Services
SW Support and Solidarity Group: No cost, open group 1:30-3pm every Thursday. Email or DM us for more information.
Contact us at SWANevada@protonmail.com for more information or for a list of sex worker friendly counselors, therapists, and psychiatrists.
Community and National Organizations:
A community organization supporting and advocating for workers in the industry, with therapy, crisis and emergency care, domestic violence shelter, financial aid, GED, safe house connection, trauma support in the Las Vegas area. http://thecupcakegirls.org/
Free Speech Coalition:
offering Performer Subsidy Fund (financial support for up to three PASS/Talent Tests a month) Industry Newcomer Support Program (mentoring program) They administer the PASS database. email@example.com
Community advocates for harm reduction, community connection, activism, accurate research. www.desireealliance.org
Adult Performers Advocacy Committee
providing resources and endorsement for safe adult entertainment companies, and talent agencies as well as mentoring, community meetings (mostly in Los Angeles). http://www.apac-usa.com/apac-stamp
Sex Worker’s Outreach Project http://www.new.swopusa.org/
Community Support Hotline: 877-776-2400 (x1) online resources, hotline, webinars, safety information, referrals and ally resources
SWOP BEHIND BARS:
Resources, advocacy, and referrals for incarcerated sex workers. http://www.swopbehindbars.org/
We Are Dancers-
Help, rights, and other information for dancers in the US https://wadusa.org/