Help for victims of human trafficking
You can get help from the state as well as from NGOs (non-governmental organisations). Depending on your situation, help may include for example safe housing, health care services, guidance and legal aid. A victim of human trafficking has special rights in Finland.
You can contact helpers to talk about your situation, and to find out how you can be helped. All information about you and your case will be kept secret and handled in strict confidence. Contacting will not bind you to anything.
See what kind of help is available at the Seek help-section of this website.
We can help you. Call
029 546 3177
You can contact the Assistance system for victims of human trafficking confidentially. We will not tell anybody else about it. You do not have to tell your name or where you are.
You can talk with us in Finnish, Swedish and English. It is also possible to get interpretation to other languages.
The price of the call is a local landline fee or normal mobile phone charge, when you’re calling from a Finnish number.
If your life or safety is at risk, always call the emergency number 112.
Victims of forced labour found their way into the Assistance System
Assistance to be given to victims of human trafficking irrespective of the progress of criminal proceedings
Growing number of victims of exploitation referred to the Assistance System
Information about human trafficking and assistance in different languages
Choose your preferred language from the list below:
në shqip (albania)
на български (bulgaria)
در فارسی (persia/farsi)
di kurdî de (kurmandzi)
po polsku (puola)
en français (ranska)
in romana (romania)
На русском (venäjä)
bằng tiếng việt (vietnam)
eesti keeles (Viro)
en español (espanja)
українською мовою (ukraina)