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Poppy Project

Poppy Project Referral line Monday – Friday 9.30am – 5.30pm 020 7735 2062

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Brief description of services
The Poppy Project provides support for women trafficked into the UK, into the following areas of exploitation: prostitution and/or sexual exploitation, forced labour, including domestic servitude, forced illicit activities, such as cannabis farming, begging or pick pocketing, or organ harvesting. Provides support, advocacy and safe accommodation (in London) to trafficked women aged 16+ years. Support workers work with women to arrange financial help, access to health services, counselling, legal advice, education and employment opportunities. Poppy can also provide short-term support and advocacy to trafficked women across England and Wales who do not require accommodation and has services based in both London and in the north of England. The project is run by Eaves, a charity for vulnerable women, specialising in trafficking, prostitution exiting, and sexual violence.

Area Covered: National Helpline

Age range: 16+

Self-referral: Yes

Gender of client: Female; M-F Transgender

Specialisms: Sexual Violence Female, Human Trafficking

Notes: For children under 16, call the NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice & Information Line on 0800 107 7057.

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