The Human Trafficking Foundation is undertaking a mapping exercise of the support services available to survivors of modern slavery throughout the UK.

Through surveying the sector they intend to create a directory which is a beneficial resource for those working in the UK to support survivors. The Foundation hope to not only identify the areas where particular services are available, but also those parts of the country where services are lacking. 

A separate survey has been developed for each type of support:

- Accommodation

- Post-Identification Casework, Outreach Support and/or Individual Advocacy

- Drop-in Services

- Legal Advice

- Specialist Psychological or Therapeutic Support

- Vocational Training or Education

Organisations are invited to complete each of the surveys which relate to their work. The deadline for responding to the survey is Friday 8th June.

The directory will be made available on the Human Trafficking Foundation's website and will also be shared with the Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU), a charity providing legal advice to survivors of trafficking. ATLEU is working on a project to connect victims with available lawyers through a free online referral system.

If you have any questions or if you do not wish your information to be published, please contact