The Foundation has worked with the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and ATLEU to map support services for survivors of trafficking in the UK. The Modern Slavery Police Transformation Unit now use this map to support police officers in finding services to support potential victims. We welcome continued additions to the map to establish a good picture of available support in the UK. Details of how to be added to the map are included below.
The map details the different types of support available, criteria for accessing services and contact details: Accommodation (Blue), Drop-In (Maroon), Education and Vocational Training (Dark Green), Outreach, Casework and Advocacy (Purple), Psychological Support and Counselling (Light Green), Legal Advice (Pink), and Multi-Agency and Anti-Slavery Partnerships (Yellow).
Click the icon in the top left of the map to filter according the services required.
If you suspect human trafficking or modern slavery, contact the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700. In an emergency call 999
Further details about the services is available here:
If your organisation provides support of any kind to survivors of trafficking and would like to be added to the map, please complete the surveys which relate to your organisation's work: Accommodation, Post-Identification Casework, Outreach Support and/or Individual Advocacy, Drop-in Services, Legal Advice - Legal Aid, Legal Advice - Non-Legal Aid, Specialist Psychological or Therapeutic Support, and Vocational Training or Education
If you have any questions or if you would like to update your organisation’s information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org