Further help and signposting

NSPCC: “We’re the UK’s leading children’s charity. We’ve been looking out for children for over 130 years.”

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.”

NAPAC: “Supporting recovery from childhood abuse”

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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.”

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.”

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.”

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