Telephone helpline providing support and therapeutic advice for victims of trafficking and their families and for reporting suspicions of trafficking. Calls to 0808 80 numbers are free from landlines and mobiles in the UK and do not appear on itemised bills.
Confidential and anonymous helpline service providing advice and information to prevent child sexual abuse. The helplines are managed by trained staff who all have experience of listening and talking to children and young people. The Team can help with issues including types of abuse, reporting process after reporting child sexual… Read More
AVoice is an advocacy service for adult victims of crime and antisocial behaviour run by The Care Forum in partnership with seAp and SARI (Stand Against Racism and Inequality). AVoice provides free, independent and confidential advocacy to anyone over the age of 18 who live in Bristol, Bath, North East… Read More
Helpline for anyone affected by crime. Support and information regardless of whether a crime has been reported. Can refer people to local Victim Support services, witness services and other agencies if required.
The helpline provides support to people affected by Learning Disability Hate Crime in England and Wales. Also operates the Stop Hate Line which provides support to people affected by Hate Crime motivated by disability, gender identity, race, religion or sexual orientation. The Stop Hate Line is available to people in… Read More
The Stop Hate Line provides support to people affected by hate crime. A hate crime is any crime motivated by disability, gender identity, race, religion or sexual orientation. The helpline is available to people in some areas of the UK details of which are given on the website. People can… Read More
Confidential helpline, staffed by trained professionals, offering support and advice to bereaved children, young people and adults. Support also available via email or 1-2-1 live chat session with a Grieftalk counsellor. Further support includes one to one counselling, group activities, family fun days, residential camps and interactive online services. Calls… Read More
Tell MAMA dedicated helpline provides support and assistance to victims of anti-Muslim hatred and prejudice or Islamophobia. Further support includes an online service, from 9am-2am, to respond to online reports. Tell MAMA provides direct casework support, access to pro-bono legal advice, signposting, emotional support and advocacy work to victims. Work… Read More
The Say Something Team provide listening support to young people enabling young people to discuss worries and feelings, obtain advice and pass on concerns around child sexual exploitation anonymously. This service is free, 24 hour and confidential. There is no requirement to provide the Team with your name. Call or… Read More
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