What can you do?
In the event of immediate danger, always call 112.
You can contact Heleen on 06 22479750.
She is our female confidant. You can have a confidential conversation with her about what is going on. She can give you advice and information, support you in reporting it to the authorities, but also offer concrete help to get you (directly) out of the situation. No matter how difficult or hopeless your situation may seem, we can help you to see a way out. You can also always call ACS: 020- 5318600.
For help from police in the context of coercion or exploitation in the Amsterdam region: call the Police Human Trafficking Team on 088-1693396. If no one answers the phone, leave a message (remember to clearly state your phone number so someone can call you back!). Or send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Would you like to contact the police about a situation outside Amsterdam?
Call the general number of the police: 0900-8844.
Start & Stop
When you start with sex work there are several things you need to think about. Quitting sex work can also raise many questions.
Health & Sex
our (sexual) health is important. Especially if you are a sex worker. It is important to be vaccinated and protected against hepatitis B.
It can be difficult to deal with less or little money. This can potentially lead to debt or other money problems.