Modern Slavery - support from The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army provides specialist support for all adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales through a government contract which was first awarded in 2011. We deliver a specialist support programme to protect and care for all adult victims of this heinous crime.   

Our confidential Referral Helpline 0300 3038151 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to anyone who suspects that they, or someone they have come across, might be a victim of modern slavery in need of help.

Everyone we support receives access to a wide range of specialist services to meet their individual needs whether that is within a safehouse or through outreach support. This can include access to:  

  • support programme to protect and care for all adult victims of slavery
  • Referral Helpline
  • confidential legal advice
  • health care
  • counselling
  • educational opportunities
  • financial support 
  • support in obtaining employment and housing
  • an International Response programme, aiming to stop trafficking at the source;
  • a Victim Care Fund, providing additional support to victims in the UK; and
  • Community Hubs, to provide continued support to victims moving towards an independent life
  • Childcare, activities for children, families
  • Resources for practitioners
  • Homelessness, rough sleepers, addiction
  • Money and employment
  • Family tracing service
  • Domestic abuse   

 

 

 

Who to contact

Telephone
0300 3038151
Email
info@salvationarmy.org.uk
Website
Salvation Army 

Where to go

Address
53
Stoke Road
Slough
Postcode
SL2 5BW

Other details

Age Range
From 18 years

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Address: 53,  Stoke Road,  Slough, 

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