Sex Worker Social Service Access, Presence, & the Health of People who Perform Sex Work

Kristi Rines
kr6549@ship.edu
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Michael Lyman
College of Education and Human Service

Social Work & Gerontology

In an SWSS climate largely absent of evaluative research, SWSSs are limited in formal defense to external social and political factors that may threaten their mission. Service evaluation further supports SWSS funding and their refining of interventions. The aim of this research proposal is to participate in PA local sex worker activism by supporting Philadelphia and Harrisburg SWSSs, albeit Harrisburg is SWSS-inclusive and not SWSS-specific

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