Safe Harbour Asset Map Available

The Niagara County Safe Harbour Taskforce has developed an asset map that identifies local services that can benefit exploited or trafficked youth.

Youth who are exploited or trafficked require a continuum of services, ranging from low-threshold services (like drop-in centers) to highly-structured residential placements. Services that respond to immediate crises are necessary, as are those that provide long-term, wrap-around services. The asset map includes programs that meet a wide range of needs and service youth with a variety of philosophies.

The asset map includes a list of services that is searchable by location and type of service. Click here to view the asset map. The asset map can also be accessed by visiting the CAC website at and clicking the “For Professionals” tab.

Each entry includes:

  • Name of agency and description of services offered
  • Agency’s contact information (phone number, address, website, social media page)
  • The type of service provided (Legal Services, Mental Health Services, Mentoring, Schools and Education, Social Services, etc.)
  • Location

The asset map is a living document which can be added to or revised. If you are an organization that provides services to this population of youth in Niagara County, please contact us to be added.

The material contained in the asset map is for informational purposes only. We have attempted to provide information that is accurate. However, the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara and Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center does not examine, determine, warrant or endorse any information in this asset map.  We make no representations or warranties about the completeness or accuracy of this information or the quality, availability or suitability of these services. We do not endorse or recommend any service described. We urge you to contact the provider directly regarding the appropriateness of any service for you or your client.

For more information, contact the Child Advocacy Center at (716) 285-0045.

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