Supporting individuals involved in on street sex work in Reading

What we do


Restoring All Hope And Belief

We offer practical support, signposting and a listening ear.  So that we can encourage opportunities for positive change for those affected by sexual exploitation, including street prostitution, in Reading.

Our service values each client’s individuality, adopting a holistic approach, and supporting them in all aspects of their lives to help facilitate the best possible outcome. We achieve this by actively reaching out to this hard-to-reach and vulnerable client group, through night outreach. Read more

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Our volunteers go out regularly to meet with those who are involved in prostitution in Reading. We are able to provide hot or cold drinks, some snacks, and safety equipment, as well as handing out hygiene packs. Our volunteers provide a listening ear and a friendly face when it’s needed most. We welcome people of all faiths and none in helping to support our clients on outreach.

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Prayer support

Founded on a Christian ethos, Rahab recognises the power of prayer in transforming lives. You can read more about our values here

If you’re not sure on what to pray for while praying for victims of sexual exploitation, we’ve written a blog with some ideas on what areas to pray over, to read this click here

The Mustard Tree sends out monthly prayer newsletters, where we give an update on what we’re doing. To be signed up to this sign up here

Rahab is part of a local charity called The Mustard Tree.

The Mustard Tree is a family of projects seeking to be a voice for the unheard. We strive to identify, support and empower the misunderstood and overlooked in our local community.
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