Welcome to this web page! Below, you will find information about organisations that can offer you help and support.

Staying Safe

Most people want to help refugees, but there may be some who shouldn’t be trusted.

If you are leaving Ukraine, here are 8 things to remember to keep yourself safe:

1. Travel in a group.

2. Make sure you tell someone you trust about the trip you are taking.

3. If someone in your group goes missing, tell the police immediately.

4. If you are under 18 and travelling alone make sure your family knows where you are every step of the way.

5. If someone offers you transportation, take a picture of them and their ID, their vehicle and registration and share it with your friends/family.

6. Always keep your ID, travel, and personal documents safe – never give them away only show them to officials if you need to.

7. Save emergency numbers on your mobile phone and always keep it with you.

8. People may offer you work, make sure you know the address of the workplace, share it with friends/family.

If it doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t.

Here are organisations that can support and help you in different ways.

These contact details will be updated regularly. Please mention STOP THE TRAFFIK if you contact any of the organisations listed below.

La Strada Poland

Foundation against Trafficking in Human Beings and Slavery

+48 22 628 99 99 (help and advice)

[email protected]

La Strada – Foundation against Trafficking in Human Beings and Slavery , PO Box 5 , EN 00 – 956 Warsaw 10

La Strada Poland Facebook


Salvation Army Poland

605 368 604

Salvation Army Poland Facebook


La Strada International – European NGO Platform against trafficking in human beings

+40 (0) 21 253 29 04

[email protected]

Adpare Romania Facebook


Romanian national (governmental) Hotline against Human Trafficking


+4 0757 794 845

[email protected]




Slovenská katolícka charita

Tel: 02/5443 15 06

Mobile: 0910 842 667

[email protected]


La Strada Moldova

National: 0800 77777

International: +373 22 23 33 09

CP 259, Chisinau MD-2012, Republic of Moldova

La Strada Moldova Facebook


The anti-trafficking hotline in Transdniestria is managed by NGO Interaction.


+373 533 86030 (international)


Hungarian Baptist Aid

Hungarian Baptist Aid provides regular relief assistance, by providing humanitarian aid as well as emotional and psychological support.


[email protected]

Baptista Szeretetszolgálat Alapítvány, Pf. 241, Budapest 1391

Hungarian Baptist Aid Facebook


KOK – Network against Trafficking in Human Beings

The centres of specialised counselling in Germany are NGO´s which offer advice, ensure counselling through coordinated operations and support for the victims of trafficking in human beings.

08000 116 016 (only accessible from within Germany)

Lützowstr.102-104 Hof 1, Aufgang A 10785 Berlin

Helpline for Violence Against Women (Hilfetelefon Gewalt gegen Frauen): 08000 116 016 (only working from within Germany so no country code needed)

As Germany is a federal system all contact details of the organisation close to a person potentially affected by trafficking are obtained here.

Salvation Army/ Pestīšanas Armija

Offering help and support to people in different hardships in life.

+371 67310036

[email protected]

Bruninieku iela 10a Riga LV-1001 Latvija


Caritas Latvija

Relief Organisation – working with migrants and refugees

+371 2955 2102

[email protected]

Caritas Latvija Facebook


La Strada Ukraine

Ukraine, 03113, Kyiv – 113, PO Box 26Tel./fax: +380 44 205 36 95

[email protected]




National Toll Free Hot Line on prevention domestic violence, human trafficking and gender based discrimination.

Works 24/7 by calling 0 800 500 335 (from landlines) or 116 123 (from mobile)

Calls are free, anonymous, confidential.

Consultations also available via:

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army provides specialist support for all adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales. They run a confidential referral helpline 0800 808 3733  which is available 24/7.

KOPZI – The centre against trafficking and exploitation, Lithuania

KOPZI provides assistance to victims of sexual abuse and / or various forms of human trafficking in Lithuania and abroad.


+370 679 61617

[email protected]


La Strada Czech Republic

Contact Number (including country code): (+420) 222 71 71 71, 800 077 777

[email protected]


Proyecto Esperanza (Associate member of La Strada International)


[email protected]


Sicar cat (Associate member of La Strada International)


[email protected]


APAV | Associação Portuguesa de Apoio à Vítima


[email protected]


Società Cooperativa Sociale On the Road

Contact Number/ Helpline (including country code): +39 3488516943 / +39 800290290

[email protected]


Association France terre d’asile


[email protected] 


Coordination du Dispositif National Ac.Sé


[email protected]


We will keep updating this page with useful advice. Follow us on social media to stay informed.





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Support organisations

If you think you’re in trouble, call 112 to reach the police or contact these organisations below:

112 European emergency number

If you or anyone you know are in immediate danger, call the 112 European emergency number. The number is free of charge, 24/7, anywhere in the European Union. You can dial 112 to reach the emergency services, including the police, emergency medical services and the fire brigade.


National Human Trafficking Hotlines

Please mention STOP THE TRAFFIK if you contact any of the organisations listed below.

European Freedom Network

List of all anti-trafficking hotlines in Europe


Poland: National Intervention & Consultation Centre for Victims of Trafficking

+48 22 628 01 20

Romania: Hotline Against Human Trafficking

0800 800 678


Hungary: Crisis Management and Information Hotline

In Hungary: 06 80 20 55 20 (anti-trafficking hotline) Abroad: +36 80/20-55-20

06 80 20 55 20


La Strada Moldova - National Anti-trafficking and Safe Migration Hotline: 0800 777 77

0800 777 77

Moldova - Transniestria

Interaction NGO – Anti-Trafficking Hotline 0800 888 88

0800 88888


Violence Against Women Support Line

08000 116 016


Anti-trafficking hotline (national): 80 00 20 12 Hotline Drosa Maja +371 286 12120 (24/7)

80 00 20 12

Slovakia:  National Helpline for Victims of Trafficking 

0800 800 818

116111 European Helpline for Children and Adolescents

The European Helpline for Children and Adolescents provides psychological support for free to children and adolescents. The service helps children in need of care and protection and links them to services and resources. The helpline operates on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. Calls to the helpline are free of charge.


United Kingdom: Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline

The modern slavery and exploitation helpline provides information, advice, and guidance about any modern slavery issue relating to potential victims, businesses, and the public in the whole of the UK. We are free, confidential, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and available in 200 languages.

08000 121 700


Information about human trafficking

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Human trafficking is the movement or recruitment of people, either through deception, coercion, or force for the purpose of exploitation. Traffickers often profit financially from exploiting people. People on the move from a conflict can be vulnerable.

There are many ways people might be lured and trapped into exploitation, including:

Refugees are often offered help with travel and accommodation in exchange for payment later. Do not agree unless you know all the details. This is a method traffickers use to control and exploit people and an example of debt bondage.

It is very important that whatever choice you make, you ensure you put your safety as a top priority.

A trafficker could be anybody. They can be any age, gender or nationality.

Most people want to help refugees, but there may be some who shouldn’t be trusted.

Traffickers often force people into doing things they don’t want to do. They will pressure and force people to stay in the situation using threats and intimidation.

Control methods include:

If you have found yourself in a situation you want to escape, there are organisations that can help you.