As a part of both preventive and curative actions against violation of human rights of the women migrant workers and the survivors of trafficking in persons, AMKAS has been running a shelter (safe) house since 2017.

In an average, the shelter house serves 25 survivors in a month providing a range of services. Along free food and accommodation to the survivors, the house provides rapid response, psychosocial and medical, paralegal, family reunion, basic transportation, reintegration, safe motherhood including safe delivery and abortion, and livelihood supports.

The safe house has been recognized by the Government of Nepal, and also by international agencies such as UN.