SNOWDROP PROJECT

Priory Campus, Pontefract Rd, Barnsley S71 5PN

Who we are

The Snowdrop Project provides support to survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery.

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Description

Since 2012 the Snowdrop Project has been providing support to survivors of trafficking in Sheffield.  We are delighted to share this service and are expanding support services to reach Barnsley.

The Global Slavery Index estimates that there are 136,000 people living in slavery in the UK on any given day.  When people are rescued from exploitation they face many challenges which stop them moving on from their past.  Rescue is a one-off event, recovery is a journey.  Snowdrop ensures survivors have the support they need while they recover and rebuild their lives. 

We will be offering casework support to survivors, as well as advice and training to professionals in the area.

Snowdrop's Services:

  • Casework & Befriending (in Barnsley we will first focus on the service areas highlighted above and seek to incorporate the other services as we progress.)
  • House Renovations
  • Awareness-Raising & Training.
  • Counselling
  • Community Activities
  • Education & Employment.

We are also able to offer training opportunities to professionals.  The training will cover:

  • What is trafficking?
  • Indicators
  • National Referral Mechanism.

We have three dates booked. This course is free but registration is required and places are restricted to two per organisation.

If you would like to arrange a more comprehensive training day for your team, please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.


Opening Times

Service opening hours:  9.00am - 5.00pm

 


Contact Details

Contact name: Advice and Referrals, Hannah Rudman

Email address: barnsley@snowdropproject.co.uk

Phone number: 0333 880 5008

Mobile number:


Contact name: Training enquires

Email address: info@snowdropproject.co.uk

Mobile number:


Locations

Address details:

Priory Campus, Pontefract Rd, Barnsley S71 5PN


Other Details

Cost: FREE



Published: 06 March 2020