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Social Services for Trafficked and Exploited Persons

Since 2007 La Strada CZ has been, pursuant to Act 108/2006 Coll., on Social Services, providing the following registered social services :

Crisis Aid

Crisis Aid (§60)

Purpose:

La Strada Czech Republic’s crisis shelter is there to help solve any crisis which has as its cause human trafficking and exploitation. It creates the conditions in which the client can work towards the overall stabilization of their situation.

The offer of temporary free accommodation for a maximum of seven days in safe and dignified surroundings, where social care and counseling is also available, serves to help people broaden their own horizons and lead their own independent lives.

The purpose of La Strada Czech Republic’s crisis aid aims to create a safe and dignified space, in which clients can consult with others on the topic of their own needs, and share their experiences of human trafficking and exploitation.

Through crisis intervention, and the dissemination of expert information to clients, as well as through client support, the service aims to fortify users’ abilities to solve their own difficult living problems.

Values:

When working with the clientele, our personnel focuses on each individual’s own needs, and places an emphasis on their privacy and rights. Staff respects the experiences that the individuals using the service have had; personnel approach the life decisions that the clientele have made without prejudice and moral judgment.

Who is the service for?

La Strada Czech Republic’s crisis shelter is for:

  • Trafficked and exploited persons – people who were tricked into and/or forced to carry out work, or offer services, such as prostitution. People who, through their work, were exploited by others.
  • When clients’ lives or health is threatened, the unfavourable conditions in which said clients often live require for temporary accommodation to be offered.

La Strada Czech Republic’s crisis aid is for:

  • Trafficked and exploited persons – people who were tricked into and/or forced to carry out work, or offer services, such as prostitution. People who, through their work, were exploited by others.
  • People who have lived through, or those who have lived close to, human trafficking and exploitation.

When clients’ lives or health is threatened, the unfavourable conditions in which said clients often live require for crisis intervention to be offered.

The service is offered to those who find themselves in a life or health-threatening situation. Clients must be over 18 years of age of Czech or foreign origin, regardless of visa status. A ambulant version of the service can be provided in anonymity.

Aims:

The main aims of the service are:

  • To stabilize a client’s critical situation and minimise the threat to their life or health.
  • To offer crisis intervention.

La Strada Czech Republic’s crisis shelter also has the additional aims:

  • To guarantee clients accommodation for a period not exceeding seven days, in the course of which clients participate in day to day activities (such as cleaning, washing, ironing, making the beds, personal hygeine, cooking etc.)
  • To provide clients, for a maximum of seven days, with the basic material and financial means required for day to day living, as well as the financial and material means to resolve difficult living situations.
  • To work towards assuring the safety of both clients and personnel.
  • To provide clients with information and support so that they can protect their own interests, defend their rights, and take back control of their own life.
  • To minimise the effects of criminal acts committed in connection with human trafficking and exploitation.

La Strada Czech Republic’s ambulant crisis aid also has the additional aims:

  • To work with clients so as to stabilize their living conditions, to minimize the threat to their life and/or health. This threat to life and/or health is often an effect of human trafficking and exploitation.
  • To provide clients, for a maximum of seven days, with the basic material and financial means required for day to day living, as well as the financial and material means to resolve difficult living situations.
  • To improve clients’ abilities to solve their own difficult life situations, and to protect clients from being socially excluded. La Strada tries to fulfill this objective through the dissemination of information in a comprehensible format and in a language which the client speaks.
  • To minimize the consequences of criminal acts linked to human trafficking and exploitation.
  • To minimize clients’ sense of denigration stemming from their situation and the risks attached to the work they carry out. Again La Strada tries to fulfil this objective through the dissemination of information.
  • To defend trafficked individuals’ rights and to protect clients’ interests.

Counselling Service

La Strada Czech Republic Counseling Service (§37)

Purpose:

La Strada Czech Republic’s counseling service aims to create a safe and dignified space, in which clients can consult with others on the topic of their own needs, and share their experiences of human trafficking and exploitation.

Through the dissemination of expert information to clients, and through client support, the service aims to fortify users’ abilities to solve their own difficult living problems.
The service is provided either in person or over the telephone.

Values:

When working with the clientele, our personnel focuses on each individual’s own needs, and places an emphasis on their privacy and rights. Staff respects the experiences that the individuals using the service have had; personnel approach the life decisions that the clientele have made without prejudice and moral judgment.

Who is the service for?

The La Strada Czech Republic counseling service is for:

  • Trafficked and exploited persons – people who were tricked into and/or forced to carry out work, or offer services, such as prostitution. People who, through their work, were exploited by others.
  • People who have lived through, or those who have lived close to, human trafficking and exploitation.
  • People who are in a close relationship with those who have been trafficked and/or exploited.
  • People who are looking for work, or who are planning to travel, abroad and those who are interested in more information about the risks of human trafficking and exploitation.

The service is offered to those over 18 years of age of Czech and foreign origin, regardless of visa status. The service can be provided in anonymity.

Aims:

  • To improve clients’ abilities to solve their own difficult life situations, and to protect clients from being socially excluded. La Strada tries to fulfill this objective through the dissemination of information in a comprehensible format and in a language which the client speaks.
  • To minimize the effects of criminal acts linked to human trafficking and exploitation.
  • To minimize clients’ sense of denigration stemming from their situation and the risks attached to the work they carry out. Again La Strada tries to fulfil this objective through the dissemination of information.
  • To defend trafficked individuals’ rights and to protect clients’ interests.
  • To cooperate with clients to improve their living situation to such an extent that they no longer require our services.

 

Sheltered Accommodation

La Strada Czech Republic Counseling Service (§37)

Purpose:

La Strada Czech Republic’s counseling service aims to create a safe and dignified space, in which clients can consult with others on the topic of their own needs, and share their experiences of human trafficking and exploitation. Through the dissemination of expert information to clients, and through client support, the service aims to fortify users’ abilities to solve their own difficult living problems. The service is provided either in person or over the telephone.

Values:

When working with the clientele, our personnel focuses on each individual’s own needs, and places an emphasis on their privacy and rights. Staff respects the experiences that the individuals using the service have had; personnel approach the life decisions that the clientele have made without prejudice and moral judgment.

Who is the service for?

The La Strada Czech Republic counseling service is for:

  • Trafficked and exploited persons – people who were tricked into and/or forced to carry out work, or offer services, such as prostitution. People who, through their work, were exploited by others.
  • People who have lived through, or those who have lived close to, human trafficking and exploitation.
  • People who are in a close relationship with those who have been trafficked and/or exploited.
  • People who are looking for work, or who are planning to travel, abroad and those who are interested in more information about the risks of human trafficking and exploitation.

The service is offered to those over 18 years of age of Czech and foreign origin, regardless of visa status. The service can be provided in anonymity.

Aims:

  • To improve clients’ abilities to solve their own difficult life situations, and to protect clients from being socially excluded. La Strada tries to fulfill this objective through the dissemination of information in a comprehensible format and in a language which the client speaks.
  • To minimize the effects of criminal acts linked to human trafficking and exploitation. To minimize clients’ sense of denigration stemming from their situation and the risks attached to the work they carry out. Again La Strada tries to fulfil this objective through the dissemination of information.
  • To defend trafficked individuals’ rights and to protect clients’ interests.
  • To cooperate with clients to improve their living situation to such an extent that they no longer require our services.

 

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