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Partner with us

Together we can create a greater impact in helping others.

We are always looking to explore new and creative ways of working with others that provide more opportunities for the women.

This could be as part of your corporate social responsibility, as a local organisation or community group, faith community, or to help you meet your duty of care as a statutory agency. 

By raising awareness of the realities women face, we can help ensure they are treated with dignity and respect, have access to opportunities, and get the support they need.

To discuss a partnership or collaboration, please get in touch.

Call us on 020 7370 3901
Email us at [email protected]
Use our Contact form

Over many years, Rahab have provided fantastic practical support to the Metropolitan Police Service in our fight against modern slavery. It is imperative we gain the victim’s trust and reassure them they will be safe from harm. Our continued collaboration offers this reassurance and that there is a safe route from exploitation for even the most vulnerable of modern slavery victims.


Detective Chief Inspector Phil Brewer

Metropolitan Police Organised Crime Command, Modern Slavery & Kidnap Unit (ret. 2019)



Rahab are a central partner in our approaches to tackling trafficking, exploitation and prostitution. They were an integral partner in the European Communities Against Trafficking (ECAT) project which has paved the way for the modern slavery and exploitation multi-agency model in place in the borough today. They bring a breadth of skills, knowledge and experience to developing and sustaining effective partnership approaches to engaging with, and supporting, some of the most disadvantaged and at-risk members of our community.


Stuart Priestley

Chief Community Safety Officer, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Our response to COVID-19

During the coronavirus crisis our priority is to continue to support the women while making sure that we all stay safe and protected during what are difficult and challenging times for so many people.

We are taking on new referrals and in regular contact with the women to address their concerns and evolving needs as the situation progresses. We are also working with colleagues to improve the broader response and access to support.

Given the health risks we are presently unable to offer face to face meetings, but will return to a full service when the emergency level is lifted. You can meanwhile contact us in the usual way and we will do our best to help.


Please visit GOV.UK for advice and guidance about Coronavirus.