Survivors Trust: “Member agencies provide a range of specialist services to survivors including counselling, support, helplines and advocacy services for women, men, non-binary people and children. These agencies are mostly charities and are completely independent of the police.”
SARSAS: A specialist support service for people in Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, Somerset, or South Gloucestershire, who have experienced any form of sexual violence, at any point in their lives.
NAPAC: “Supporting recovery from childhood abuse”
moMENtum Devon. Supporting male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Support for survivors, run by survivors.
Viv Gordon Company: Our work is a campaign to increase visibility, voice and community with adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA).
Survivors Voices: is a survivor-led organisation that harnesses the expertise of people affected by abuse in order to transform society’s response to trauma and abuse.
Recovery from child sexual abuse: “Whether you are a survivor, a friend or family member, or a therapist who works with traumatised people, there will be something here for you.”
Solace: “We provide a service to men, women and children who have experienced rape or sexual assault.”
Woman’s Aid: “At the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic abuse.”
The Green House: helps people of all ages who have experienced the trauma of sexual abuse or sexual violence; whenever it happened.
Mind (UK): “We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.”
NSPCC: “We’re the UK’s leading children’s charity. We’ve been looking out for children for over 130 years.”
Angles: “Working to improve the way the UK media talks about sexual and domestic abuse, through bringing media influencers together with people whose voices are rarely heard – those with first-hand experience of the issues.”
Clear Lines: “The U.K’s first festival dedicated to addressing sexual assault and consent through the arts and discussion.” They’ve developed a “FREE CREATIVE WRITING GUIDE for survivors of sexual abuse and violence, which you can download Here.”