One of the barriers facing survivors of modern slavery in the UK is finding safe and suitable accommodation. Survivors leaving the safe house can often be left vulnerable to homelessness, destitution or re-exploitation. This might be because they can’t work in the UK, are unable to claim certain benefits or aren’t entitled to statutory housing. Without a stable home, it is very difficult to access support or focus on recovery. Survivors are left to fall between the gaps, which often exacerbates existing mental health issues, isolation, trauma and debt.