Poppy Project hosts new legal advice drop-in for women
The Poppy Project was set up in 2003 to provide high-quality support, advocacy and accommodation to trafficked women; that is, women who have been brought into England or Wales to be exploited in some way.
This could include but is not limited to sexual exploitation, labour exploitation, forced illicit activities and organ harvesting. Support workers work with women to create individual support plans for them, which can include financial help, support accessing health services and treatment, specialist counselling, criminal and immigration-related legal advice, education and employment opportunities and other support as needed.
The Poppy Project is now hosting a new free and confidential legal advice drop-in service for women every Thursday between 2pm and 5pm. To download a project with more details click HERE.