The Salvation Army Trafficking and Slavery House

The Salvation Army Trafficking and Slavery House
The Salvation Army operates a Safe House for women (cis and trans) who have experienced trafficking and slavery in Australia. It also provides outreach support including case management, transitional housing and access to brokerage to modern slavery survivors of all genders and ages living in the community. Human trafficking and slavery-like practices may include forced labour, domestic servitude or sexual exploitation. The Trafficking & Slavery Safe House also supports people who have experienced, or are at risk of, early and forced marriage.

Address: PO Box 3178, Redfern, NSW, 2016
Contact Number: 1300 473 560
Email: endslavery@salvationarmy.org.au

Website: https://endslavery.salvos.org.au/
Hours of Service: Nil
Area organisation services: Referrals are taken all across Australia. Safe House accommodation is available in a confidential location in Sydney.
Referral Pathway: Self-referral, phone and email. Referral form can be provided by email.
Eligibility Criteria: Survivors of trafficking or slavery like offence s including being at risk of forced marriage.
Any applicable fees: Cost applies for accommodation for those with an income

Ward Map

In 2016 the former City of Canterbury Council and former Bankstown City Council amalgamated to form the City of Canterbury Bankstown. The new Local Government Area (LGA) is made up of five Council Wards.


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This map can be used as a guide for the areas different organisations service.

The new LGA has different boundaries for some services listed in this directory such as local health districts, state funded programs and NSW Police Local Area Commands. Different boundaries and funding can impact on the services available to different people.