Reduces the risk of re-exploitation and homelessness for survivors of modern slavery in North West England by providing weekly Drop-In centres and 24/7 telephone support where clients have the opportunity to update us on their wellbeing giving staff the opportunity to act on information disclosed, and where they can access crisis support at any time.
Our Integration Support Programme is unique because:
- We offer a truly reactive and tailored support model to meet the needs of the individual
- It is a cost-effective and scalable model that can be replicated anywhere in the UK
“The Fresh Start Report found that 76% of victims exited the NRM into unknown circumstances. The Integration Support Programme aims to catch people as they fall off the cliff edge of support after the NRM. Since the 9th January 2017, 97% of those asked if they wanted ongoing support after leaving the NRM said yes. The ISP has supported 73 individuals, seeing referrals into our post NRM service rise by 118%.”
Read the full report: ISP Interim Report January-March 2017
For those interested in tackling modern slavery and its legacies in an effective, sustainable and humane way, long-term outcomes for survivors are central and fundamental.
This report is an evaluation of one example of a long-term support system set up by City Hearts in response to the challenges of long-term care for survivors of modern slavery.
Read the full report: Fresh Start Report March 2017