The Moving On Project reaches out to women affected by modern slavery in the community, providing tailored one-to-one support to those who might not otherwise have access to such services. We aim to help women reduce their vulnerability to abuse, violence and exploitation, and move on positively with their lives.
We also help women survivors pursue judicial outcomes against their perpetrators, supporting them throughout the legal process.
Our work is tailored to meet each client’s individual needs.
We offer a wide variety of support, including:
The Moving On Project is available to women who have been affected by modern slavery, living within the community. This includes:
If you are working with a survivor who would benefit from our Moving On Project, please do get in touch.
We are currently taking referrals for women living in Wiltshire, London, Hampshire and Kent. Over the next couple of months, we will be extending the service to Manchester, West Midlands and North Cheshire.
We take referrals from a range of service providers, including other charities, local authorities, social workers and primary care providers.
To make a self-referral, please complete the referral form below. This will be sent to the local caseworker who will get in touch to organise a face-to-face assessment with the client and together devise a personal plan for the kind of support they need.
If you think you are being exploited or have been in the past, you can refer yourself for support. Please complete the referral form below and your local caseworker will get in touch with you.