Getting help




At this time ATC does not provide support services directly to women survivors of sex trafficking but we can offer you many organisations that can help you directly.

If you are a victim of trafficking currently within the United Kingdom or you know of someone who you suspect is a victim and you want to know what to do you can  contact one of the following organisations:



In the case of immediate danger always contact the police first by calling 999 from any telephone   –    In the case of important urgent information that requires an immediate response contact any Police Officer, your local Police force or telephone 999  



 Please note that the following contacts both by telephone or by email and should NOT be used in the case of emergency 


  • Contact through this link CRIMESTOPPERS or by telephoning 0800 555 111
  • The Poppy Project is a specialised service in London that is able to offer adult women in need of expert support and advice by telephoning  020 7735 2062 or emailing
  • Helen Bamber Foundation provides practical help, support and information.  Telephone  0207 631 4492 or email   Organisations and service-providers supporting women can also make referrals
  • The Women & Girls Network offers pan-London counselling for trafficked women/girls. Call the helpline on: 020 7610 4345 or try their website
  • BAWSO – Black Association of Women Step Out  –  provides support to women and their children who are experiencing violence, including specialist services for women and girls who’ve been trafficked: 24 Hour Help-line: 0800-731 8147
  • The Medaille Trust provides safe housing and opportunities for rehabilitation.  You can email them at
  • The Salvation Army provides a 24 hour telephone helpline for victims of human trafficking: 0300 303 8151.


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