Re-Place is the only project in London offering second stage housing and support for women who have been trafficked for sexual exploitation. Many of these women have been born into poverty and are sold to traffickers or promised ‘work and a better life’.

Re-Place provides temporary, self-contained housing and in-depth tailored support to help with day to day activities. The women who come to the project have a variety of support needs including immigration, Post Traumatic Stress, budgeting, fear of leaving their home and isolation.

We currently have 11 dispersed, self contained flats with a dedicated Support Worker who will develop a tailored plan, signposting to specialist agencies as well as providing a range of support for up to 12 months.

Clients are referred from ‘safe houses’ when they are ready to live alone with support. We support clients until their immigration status is resolved and they are ready and able to move on to mainstream housing and independent life, or return to their country of origin.

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