At Caritas Bakhita House, we provide women escaping human trafficking with the safety and support to allow them to begin the recovery process.
We offer women a range of services including emergency support, psychosexual therapy, legal and financial assistance, mentoring, and help with accessing accommodation. Guests of Caritas Bakhita House will benefit from our values and principles of action:
Love – expressed in compassionate support and long term commitment
Respect – for the gift and dignity of each individual
Community – a welcome which creates friendship and belonging
Spirituality – nurtured by that Joy in creative activity which lifts the spirit.
Bakhita House opened on 30 June 2015. Find out more in our Annual Report, January 2016.
For more information please contact Bakhita House.
Caritas Bakhita House is owned by the Archdiocese of Westminster and managed by Caritas Westminster. This project has been made possible thanks to our partners:
- The Metropolitan Police Anti-Trafficking Unit
- St Mary’s University, Twickenham
- Local parishes
- Survivors of human trafficking.
It is part of the Bakhita Initiative.