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.
Stand in solidarity with victims of modern slavery on 18 October by taking part in our Anti-Slavery day campaign.
Read our annual reports on how we've supported survivors of modern slavery
Learn the tell-tale signs of modern slavery, and where to get help for victims.
We will keeping fighting for victims of modern slavery
Modern slavery in the UK and the support The Salvation Army provides to survivors
Providing survivors of modern slavery additional practical and holistic support in their local community.
Providing additional support to survivors and help for an independent life
Find out more about our work to stop human trafficking at the source globally
Survivors of modern slavery supported by The Salvation Army share their stories
Raising awareness about modern slavery among driving professionals
Learn more about how victims of modern slavery are identified and referred to get support.
Find roles to support victims of modern slavery including drivers, chaperones, first responders and mentors
A new and extended contract came into force in January 2021 through which survivors of modern slavery are now 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.
Would you like to learn more about Modern Slavery? Our Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Team are on the road during 2023, visiting nine locations across the country. Why not find out more about how you could help and support survivors by attending one of our roadshows?