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Survivor Resources

Survivor resources are an ever-growing number of resources.  Many are small but mighty groups that are survivor-led (like us) and making a change.  Below, we have listed some, and we are always open to adding to that list, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your group or suggestions. Our survivor resources include help for those concerned about their thoughts and behaviour.

MIX UP

In-person support for Black Indigenous and People of Colour. A haven for QTBIPOC.
Meets weekly in South London. Good transport links. email us

SAMARITANS

Emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress, despair or suicide. Available 24 hours.

MOSAC

Mothers of Sexually Abused Children
Support for non-abusing parents and carers whose children have ben sexually abused.

STOP IT NOW!

A service to help those who are concerned about their thoughts and behaviour, the behaviour of another adult or a child.

 

NAPAC

National Association for People Abused in Childhood
A support line for adult victim-survivors who have suffered any type of abuse in childhood.

NSPCC

Help for any adult concerned about a child.

CHILDLINE

A place for children to talk about anything. No problem is too big or too small.

 

SUPPORT LINE

Support for children, young adults and adults, including those affected by sexual, emotional and physical abuse.

THE SURVIVORS TRUST

Support & advice for anyone who has experienced rape or sexual abuse.

RAPE CRISIS

A service for anyone aged 16+ in England and Wales who has been affected by rape, child sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment or any other form of sexual violence – at any point in their life. 24/7 contact. 

 

BLACK MINDS MATTER

Free, one-to-one, culturally relevant therapy for Black people in the UK. Provides free therapy by Black therapists for Black individuals and families. They have a collective of Black therapists who work tirelessly to remove stigma and redefine mental health experiences for Black individuals.  Contact them here.

THE SURVIVORS TRUST

Support & advice for anyone who has experienced rape or sexual abuse.

More Resources

The Government launched a new campaign to raise awareness of the support available for victims and survivors of sexual violence and sexual abuse.  The Ministry of Justice delivered the promotion on 01 February 2020. It was the first-ever national sexual violence and sexual abuse campaign the Ministry of Justice has run. They have useful resources here.

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