Modern slavery

Helping survivors of modern slavery out of danger and building a new life

The Salvation Army provides specialist support to protect and care for all adult survivors of modern slavery in England and Wales through a government contract which was first awarded in 2011.
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 The latest Modern Slavery Victim Care contract came into force in January 2021 through which survivors of modern slavery are entitled to support at all stages of their recovery. Our confidential referral helpline 0800 808 3733 is available 24/7. Watch the video above to find out more about the people we help and how we work with them.

Call our helpline

If you suspect someone is a victim of modern slavery and in need of help call our confidential 24/7 referral helpline on 0800 808 3733.

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Anti Slavery Day

Stand in solidarity with victims of modern slavery on 18 October by taking part in our Anti-Slavery day campaign.

Modern slavery latest reports

Read our annual reports on how we've supported survivors of modern slavery

Spot the signs

Learn the tell-tale signs of modern slavery, and where to get help for victims.

Protect survivors rights

We will keeping fighting for victims of modern slavery

How we support survivors

Find out how we support survivors of Modern slavery through our Government contract and a wide range of specialist services.

Survivor Mentoring

Providing people with continuity of support as they move towards recovery and independence on their journey to sustained freedom.

Survivors Support Fund

Providing additional support to survivors and help for an independent life

Global response

Find out more about our work to stop human trafficking at the source globally

Survivors' stories

Survivors of modern slavery supported by The Salvation Army share their stories

Drive for freedom

Raising awareness about modern slavery among driving professionals

First Responders

Learn more about how victims of modern slavery are identified and referred to get support.

Anti-trafficking and modern slavery

Find volunteering roles to support victims of modern slavery including drivers, chaperones, first responders and mentors.

Interested in supporting survivors?

We have three types of volunteer roles where you can get involved in our modern slavery work.

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A letter to the Prime Minister

A group of Modern Slavery survivors have written to the PM to outline their fears that the Illegal Migration Act will prevent other victims being able to access the lifesaving support they received.

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