Client Services

Weaving the threads of social movements into a cohesive and comprehensive approach to change.

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Organizational Strategy and Planning

The best organizations are ones that continue to evolve and respond to the changing landscape of the world. As individuals who have worked in and consulted with varying sized organizations at various stages in their development, we offer support for community-based and service organizations to steward them through moments of growth. Our packages are tailored to the needs of each organization, and include support through:

  • meeting design and facilitation
  • program development
  • organizational assessments
  • strategic planning
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Capacity-Building Assistance

We love working with organizations with heart to build knowledge, support the workforce, and increase community care. To better serve your work, we offer training and technical assistance specific to bodily autonomy, especially sex work and substance use, tailored to meet the parameters of your organization.

Training

Our consultant will work with your organization to develop the materials and presentation style that best accommodates communities you engage and serve, the services you currently and aspire to deliver, and the legal and systemic parameters that impact your work. We work with harm reduction, anti-violence, and health-focused organization to train staff and members on topics including:

  • serving people who trade sex with cultural humility
  • harm reduction for the sex trade
  • safety planning for criminalized survivors
  • lgbtq communities and the sex trade
  • substance use and sex work: overlaps, divergences and harm reduction approaches
  • sex work, sexual violence and sex trafficking: overlaps and distinctions
  • political education and policy advocacy for sex workers’ liberation
  • developing outreach programming
  • stimulant harm reduction
  • anti-racist approaches to drug user health and harm reduction

Our model seeks to build local capacity to serve your constituencies which looks like interviewing local experts to inform training content, partnering with local organizations or activists, and providing train-the-trainers to support future training delivery.

Curriculum and Resource Development

The sustainability of movements depends on sharing and bridging ideas across time and space. We support these efforts by offering curriculums, toolkits, fact sheets, and other documents. As skilled writers and communicators, our consultants can help your organization do just that. We create curriculum and documents tailored to your needs. For example, we have:

  • Worked with local and state health departments to translate the legal requirements for syringe service programs into manuals for staff, including the development of model policies and practices. 
  • Developed “harm reduction 101” curricula tailored to different localities, usable by staff members and volunteers to train their communities at scale
  • Collaborated on core competencies of sex worker-centered service provision for syringe service programs and anti-violence service providers
  • For others, check out our resource section.
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Policy & Advocacy

RHJ recognizes that change also means structural and social shifts. Each of our consultants have experience working on affirmative advocacy campaigns to change policy and social narratives, reactive campaigns to push back on legislative missteps, and in developing tools and training for impacted communities to engage in the political process. As Reframe, we can offer:

  • Local organizing and movement infrastructure development. Training, technical assistance and strategic consulting on policy structures, campaign-building, and engagement strategies for community-based organizations and local coalitions.
  • Legislative expertise. Laws and policies impacting people who trade sex and substance users can be complex and difficult to unpack. With significant experience in criminal and civil provisions impacting people who trade sex and substance users, RHJ can support through ad hoc policy analysis and support.
  • Legislative and administrative monitoring and advocacy. Not every organization has the need for a full-time federal policy staff. For organizations looking to stay abreast of policy in a limited capacity, we maintain a presence for your organization or issue for policymakers.

**Reframe Health and Justice consultants are not registered lobbyists and cannot be hired to primarily perform lobbying activities. 

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Speaking Engagements

We are available to speak at events, on panels, or to classrooms for a reasonable exchange of energy. Topics we’ve covered before include:

  • sex work and the impact of criminalization
  • social criminalization and stigma of the sex trade
  • harm reduction approaches to trafficking and violence
  • historical legacies of race, gender and class in the anti-trafficking movement
  • sex work and tech regulation
  • sexual health, pleasure, and drug use
  • consent and drug use
  • hiv criminalization
  • healing-centered harm reduction
  • abolition and anti-criminalization in public health 
  • racial equity and justice in harm reduction
  • racial equity in recovery spaces
  • harm reduction for asian americans and pacific islander communities
  • stimulant harm reduction
  • housing and homelessness

Case Studies

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Building Capacity for LGBTQ Service Providers: In-Depth Sex Work Harm Reduction Training in Massachusetts

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Networking for Racial Equity: Piloting a National Support System for Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, and other People of Color

Public Defender Association

Shifting Landscapes for People who Trade Sex: Advising Institutional Advocates on Community Needs in Washington

Contact Us

Please reach out - we work with lots of people with lots of budgets. To learn more about pricing, visit our contact page.