APAV manages the Reception and Protection Center (CAP SUL), which has an emergency and extended reception response targeted at women victims of human trafficking, accompanied or not by children. The capacity is 8 vacancies and works 24 hours a day.
CAP SUL's work aims at a personalized and qualified intervention with these victims, contributing to an environment of stability, security and protection according to the needs identified in the reception.
The intervention is ensured by a multidisciplinary team, fluent of the Russian, Romanian, Moldovan, Ukrainian and English, which provide daily monitoring through emotional and practical, psychological and legal support, as well as the promotion of training, professional and social skills. for the integration of victims.