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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Program (CSEC)

CSEC

CSEC is the commercial sexual exploitation of children. This refers to a child who is sexually trafficked or one who receives food, shelter, clothing, money, drugs in exchange for a sexual act. Approximately, 100,000 children are sold for sex each year within the US, and as many as 300,000 children are at risk of becoming victims of CSEC in the United States. Mt. Diablo Unified School District understands that this is an issue within Contra Costa County. As a result, MDUSD has developed a CSEC Program with the hopes of reducing the number of youth who are exploited. 

Services provided include the following:

  • Social Work Specialist provides training for MDUSD staff

  • Case Management for at-risk youth and victims of CSEC

  • Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) team comprised of a social worker, school counselors, nurse, mental health clinician, administrators who meet regularly to discuss specific cases and determine level of support needed

View the 2016 report by the Contra Costa Human Trafficking Coalition on human trafficking in Contra Costa County.

 

Contact us

Sandra Wohali, Administrator
School and Community Services

csec@mdusd.org

2730 Salvio St
Concord, CA 94519

(925) 682-8000 x3054
Fax (925) 566-6692