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Since 2007, UWFM has operated the 24-hour helpline to the residents of Fresno County and are currently working with the California 866-559-4211 or visit valley211for help.

The mission of United Way Fresno and Madera Counties is to improve the quality of life in our communities.

“With over 900 programs and organizations in our database, we are here to help 24-hours a day, 365 days a year in over 160 languages,” said Lindsay Callahan, CEO of United Way Fresno and Madera Counties.

“We receive over 40,000 calls each year and with the growing use of smartphones and tablets, it was time to expand our services to efficiently connect with our community.” 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service for everyone in the community.

S., and Fresno has the seventh-highest number of those cases, according to the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission’s Central Valley Against Human Trafficking Project. And human trafficking is increasing, in part because of awareness in the community to report it, but also because of gang-related trafficking, the commission said.

Feinstein said 49 percent of girls who are traffficked are between ages 15 and 19, but 10 percent are 11 years old.

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And he pointed to Fresno Unified School District, where students speak more than 35 different languages, to illustrate the diversity in the Valley.

In the past five years, 178 human trafficking victims have been identified in the Central Valley, the youngest age 12 and the oldest 52, according to the EOC.

Chastain said more certainly exist, but are difficult to find because of barriers, including language and culture.

Many people who are needing help for the first time are scared and don’t know who or where to call, the 2-1-1 Outreach Specialists connect callers to the help that they need without having to navigate the system.

“We help people with everything from emergency food to rental assistance and pretty much anything else, we really are the place to call when you don’t know who to call,” said Stephen Montes, 2-1-1 Call Center Manager.“And young girls are trafficked all throughout America and throughout California.