WHAT WE DO
5. This is a shelter where women survivors of human trafficking live. The house offers them a home where their needs for shelter, food, health, education, leisure activities and legal aid are met. They are also supported in acquiring skills to become self-sufficient: they resume their education, develop professional skills, learn their rights and prepare themselves to work and successfully reintegrate into society.
The women in the home also receive support to heal their mental health. The aim is to help them identify their psychological problems, offer therapy services and refer cases of particular complexity to other professionals or institutions for more specialised interventions. This is combined with art therapy sessions through the handmade production of candles or roses.
We also seek to improve their living conditions through training and educational support in life skills, social skills, etc. through training sessions that allow them to identify and work on their own abilities.