Services Against Exploitation:
IRCO Services Against Exploitation (SAE) provides immediate and long-term assistance to adult survivors of sex and/or labor trafficking anywhere in Oregon.
IRCO SAE is survivor-lead and provides leadership in several local and statewide human trafficking taskforces. IRCO SAE is the only statewide labor trafficking service provider.
We provide a broad range of culturally appropriate services, such as Language Interpretation & Translation, Long Term Case Management, Immigration & Disability Legal Services, Education & Vocational Support, Basic Needs, Crisis Intervention, Public Benefit Advocacy, Employment Rights Help, and both Emergency and Long Term Housing Support.
We are honored to receive referrals from the national Trafficking Victims Assistance Program (TVAP), law enforcement, government agencies, service providers, and self referrals from the public. Free live or virtual trainings on immigrant/refugee & human trafficking topics in English and Spanish are available to professionals as well as to the public.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call or text at 971-406-9910 .
IRCO’s multidisciplinary Legal Services team provides community education, navigation, and legal assistance to help diverse community members understand their rights and access legal systems that often otherwise pose barriers to their safety and success.
Immigration Legal Services provides consultation, representation, and application aid for immigration processes—including refugee/asylee status adjustment, citizenship, naturalization, work permits, green card renewals, asylum, deportation defense and more.
Disability Legal Services assists immigrants and refugees, adults and children, with obtaining Social Security disability benefits, such as SSI and SSDI and connects clients and their families with wraparound services and resource linkages.
Members of the Public (External Referrals)
If you're a community member not currently enrolled in other IRCO programs, please fill out the External Referral Form:
IRCO Case Workers (Internal Referrals)
If you're a community member currently enrolled in other IRCO programs, please notify your case worker and have them fill out an internal referral form.