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  1. Our purpose is to work towards the eradication of slavery wherever it is found, providing survivors with safety, hope and choice. We believe the most effective way of achieving our goal is to tackle the issue holistically and operate in the following three arenas: Prevention To support and develop frontline projects that actively seek to help vulnerable people from becoming enslaved both here in the UK as a destination country and in source countries. To raise awareness of human trafficking and deliver training courses to inform and equip people to spot the signs of trafficking and subsequently know how to act. Survivors support To initiate and lead projects that will directly help survivors re-establish their lives, begin the process of recovering from the horrific ordeals they have been subjected to and avoid becoming re-enslaved. For referrals for accommodation or immediate advice contact Salvation Army (0300 303 8151 - 24/7 referral line), UKHTC (0844 778 2406 - 24/7 tactical advice line) or visit the UKHTC website.

  2. Are you a victim of modern day slavery? If so, you can talk to the salvation army on 03003038151

Victim Care

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I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

Call: 0300 3030 554

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