Residential programme for women with life controlling issues.
A fixed and continuous support service offering a safe environment to socialise, access crisis support, and signpost local services that can meet an individual's on-going needs.
Facilitating and empowering children aged 11 to 17 years old to remain in education by providing for their social, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs.
A pilot programme giving survivors of modern slavery a placement with Co-op Food and a guaranteed non-competitive interview for employment.
A team of fully trained counsellors who are specialised in dealing with trauma, depression and anxiety.
Safe House, supported accommodation and Outreach Support for survivors of modern slavery in the community.
Providing practical help to those who have relocated into a new country, focusing on employment, language, culture and education.
Accompanying SY Police on site, pastorally supporting victims as they are found and taken into care.
Specialist coaches focussing on employability skills, confidence, and practical assistance.
A ground-breaking service designed to integrate survivors of modern slavery into the community.
Basic skills training for survivors, educating them on life skills and self help techniques.
Establishing a positive community network for ex-offenders to help with their transition back into society lowering the risk of re-offending.
We advise Government bodies on policies to provide greater support for victims of modern slavery, and advocate for more comprehensive legislation to ensure traffickers are held accountable for their crimes.
Support for survivors in their local community.
A programme to support children who have been affected by modern slavery.
Workshops designed to tackle life controlling habits in a safe and trusting environment.
Providing education in schools on the dangers of exploitation, and one-on-one therapeutic support for survivors of this crime.
Pioneering service working with some of the most vulnerable people in Kuala Lumpur.