Research has found that “the current options for housing and support in the post safe house period are not sufficient for survivors of modern slavery.” (Human Trafficking Foundation 2015).

Charities caring for victims say “The current situation leaves survivors with little realistic opportunity to rebuild their lives, with some ending up destitute, vulnerable to further harm or even being re- exploited.” (Human Trafficking Foundation et al March 2017)

Kevin Hyland, the first Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner said victims from EEA countries in particular are at “high risk of becoming destitute and homeless”.



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