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The mission of the King County CSEC Task Force is to ensure the safety and support of commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) and to prevent further exploitation.

Trainings are free and available to individuals who may come in contact with sexually exploited children.

Due to space limitations, pre-registration is required. Please email Kelly.Mangiaracina@KingCounty.gov to register for upcoming trainings.

Trainings can be found on Eventbrite.com. Search "King County CSEC Task Force" for upcoming trainings in Eventbrite.com, or email Kelly.Mangiaracina@kingcounty.gov to register.

In King County, law enforcement, service providers, school personnel, or anyone who comes in contact with an exploited child can contact a Community Advocate for 24/7 referrals and services for youth and young adults aged 12-24.

Contact an Advocate

The Community Advocate program is operated through the Bridge Collaborative, a regional response to sexually exploited youth and young adults operated through a partnership with YouthCare, Friends of Youth, Nexus Youth and Families, and The Organization for Prostitution Survivors.

Funding for advocates, coordination, and training comes from a combination of federal, state, and local governments and private nonprofits. Funding sources include, but are not limited to, King County, the City of Seattle, and Stolen Youth.

Contact the King County CSEC Task Force Coordinator with any questions, comments, or concerns:

Kelly Mangiaracina, JD
King County CSEC Task Force Coordinator
Office: (206) 205-9534
Cell: (206) 601-5563
Kelly.Mangiaracina@kingcounty.gov