Supporting survivors of modern slavery living in their community, wherever they are
"As therapists we feel so privileged to be involved in the work of City Hearts. We are working with the extremes of trauma and fragility, but experience such strength and courage in our clients. We are all passionate about this work and feel honoured to be part of the incredible healing we observe time and time again."
City Hearts Counsellor, Amanda Hewitt BEd.Dip.Couns.BACP
We support 1950 survivors of Modern Slavery through our Outreach programme
What We Do
We support survivors of Modern Slavery living in the community. Many have exited our Safe House Programme and returned to us through various avenues, such as social services.Our team of caseworkers and health and wellbeing workers meet the material, physical and psychological needs of the men, women and children they are supporting.