Free, confidential practical and emotional support services to ritual/organised abuse survivors, refugees, asylum seekers, and persons trafficked via rituals.
Helpline to any survivor who feels they need to talk. Call: Mon-Wed 10am-7.30pm, Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-2pm. Find local support on the website.
Find out what emotional support and practical information is available if you have been the victim of crime, regardless of whether it has been reported.
Male rape and sexual abuse survivors support. Inclusive of trans and non-binary people. Online chat open Mon-Sun 12pm-8pm
We offer free and confidential support, whether or not a crime has been reported and regardless of how long ago the event took place.
Working with potential and at risk sex offenders, sex offenders and their families to prevent Sexual Abuse
We're independent of the police and provide confidential support to anyone affected by crime. It doesn't matter whether the crime has been reported or how long ago it took place.
Support for adults who have had intimate images/videos shared without consent, or when someone is threatening to do this. Helpline open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm.
Support and advice for young people under 18 who have experienced or witnessed crime. Includes information about crime, how to cope and an interactive courtroom.
Helpline open Mon/Wed/Fri: 9am-5pm, Tues/Thurs: 8am-8pm and Sat 10am-2pm
Support for women and girls that have experienced sexual violence.Find a Rape Crisis centre, get online emotional support, or find information and self-help tools.
UK helpline for sexual abuse survivors open Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Also counselling available around Sussex area.
SupportLine listens, supports and responds to callers in need of emotional support. It is aimed at those who are socially isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of abuse.
Text 07860 02757, Mon-Fri 9am-4pm. Online and telephone counselling available, find self-referral forms on their website.
Website for young people to understand what a healthy relationship is, through re-thinking their views of consent, controlling behaviour, sexual abuse and violence.
Nexus NI helps those affected by sexual abuse across Northern Ireland through 1-1 counselling, support and a 24hr helpline and provide training/education to help others recognize sexual abuse and support its victims.
By reporting crime you are helping to keep your community safer.If you have been a witness or a victim of a crime you can report it to the PSNI.
Information and support available for survivors. National freephone helpline, staffed by women, open daily 12noon - 2:30pm and 7pm- 9:30pm. Minicom users can call 0208 239 1124
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