“There were lots of us in the safehouse. I have been comfortable in my room at my host’s house, before it was not comfortable and it was noisy, I was frightened there. When I came here, I could sleep.”

Jasmine, a Hope at Home guest.

Survivors of human trafficking, whether they have been trafficked into the UK or around the UK, are hidden and current legislation leaves them unsupported and extremely vulnerable.

Becoming a Hope at Home host is incredibly rewarding and enriches family life in so many ways. Whilst we are looking for hosts who are able to provide a spare room and access to kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities, hosting is really about loving, accepting and welcoming a person. We offer training and ongoing support to all our hosts.

 FAQs

We understand that deciding to host someone in your home is an enormous step and you might have lots of questions. Please see our FAQ section for details and sign up to our facebook and twitter pages for up to date news.

Types of Hosting

 

General Hosting
  • Nationwide but larger towns / cities preferred
  • Longer term placements (average 3-6 months)
  • Placement whilst receiving government support or after this has finished.
Emergency Hosting
  • Only in certain locations
  • Immediately after leaving exploitation and before entering government support
  • Up to 10 days
  • Partnership with Justice & Care

If you would like more information or an informal chat with no obligation to become a host, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us on:

Telephone 07877 447341 |  Email: info@hopeathome.org.uk   |     [icon color=”Extra-Color-3″ size=”regular” ic