The Safe House helped Sandra to rebuild her life after slavery.
Through The Freedom Partnership, The Salvation Army operates Australia’s only Safe House for women who have experienced trafficking & slavery in Australia. The Safe House also provides outreach support and case management to men, women & children living in the community who have experienced trafficking & slavery.
Prevention case management can be provided to people at-risk as well as assistance to client families in countries of origin. Referrals to the Safe House can be made from anywhere in Australia.
Contact the Safe House on +61 2 9211 5794 and ask to speak with Safe House staff.
The Salvation Army Trafficking and Slavery Safe House operates entirely on community donations and is the only service of its kind in Australia. $50 provides one week of emergency food support to a resident with no income. $30,000 supports a room in the Safe House for one year. Any contribution supports social justice and human rights in our community.
The Safe House volunteer program is designed to support both the clients as well as the very busy staff in the safe house. Whether you can get involved on a once off basis or more regularly, your help and skills are highly valued and will impact the lives of our clients.
To express your interest in becoming a volunteer, click here.
All volunteers will receive a job description, opportunity for feedback, assessment and training. They will also be required to sign confidentiality agreements and agree to all the representational requirements of the Salvation Army.