Homeless and Modern Day Slavery Services
SJOG supports people who are homeless and those who are victims of modern day slavery or trafficking. Offering accommodation to provide a place of safety and warmth, and with specialist support people are able to begin to rebuild their lives.
Working in partnership with a number of organisations, our services support migrants, street homeless men and women, victims of modern slavery and trafficking, TB patients and homeless people on discharge from hospitals, all deemed vulnerable due to a range of factors which may also include substance misuse and poor mental and/or physical health.
Olallo House is in central London and offers accommodation and specialist client-focused support to street homeless men and women.
Venegas House in London provides a safe place and specialist support for seven people who have been victims of trafficking or modern day slavery.
Regent’s House in Middlesbrough provides accommodation and support for ten individuals to recover from their experiences of modern slavery or being trafficked.
The Drive in Hounslow is a specialised service for couples and families to reassert their way back into independence.
Carmona House in Birmingham provides accommodation and a supportive environment for people to recover from their experiences of modern slavery or being trafficked.
Ceuta House in Brighton provides accommodation and specialist support to enable people to rehabilitate and recover from their experiences of modern slavery or being trafficked.