United against sexual violence & abuse.

Survivor Support Resources

The Survivors Trust Resources site is an online platform designed to offer survivor-led resources and practical tools to help people affected by sexual violence and abuse, and their supporters navigate their journey of healing. We explore some of the common challenges that survivors may have including topics such as anxiety & panic; shame & guilt; intimacy; relationships; dissociation; sleep and much more.


Author: Kate Hardy

Training & Workshops

The Survivors Trust delivers training to member charities, government agencies, police, health professionals, employers and schools to promote sensitive and informed responses to survivors. Our training is underpinned by a wealth of knowledge that comes from decades of experience working across the sexual violence and abuse sector.


Author: Kate Hardy


Learn about our trauma-informed healthcare project #CheckWithMeFirst.


Author: Claudia Williams

Our Impact


Specialist member agencies around the UK and Ireland providing direct services to survivors of sexual violence


estimated survivors supported by our member agencies in the last year through telephone and email support, counselling, support groups and other services


Individuals trained internally and externally in the last 12 months. These include those from the police, government agencies, schools, NHS staff, ISVAs and independent students

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  • Our New Look!

    We are thrilled to share our new branding! This isn't just about looks – Our new brand embodies inclusivity, empowerment, and unity. Through a powerful visual identity, we're raising awareness, empowering survivors, and providing education about the effects of sexual violence and abuse. Read more

  • Ride out to London for Mandatory Reporting

    Motorcycle stuntman John Taylor along with The Cymru Knievels will be riding to Downing Street on Saturday 15th July to help protect children from abuse. Read more

  • TST statement on the government’s response to IICSA

    The Survivors Trust is deeply disappointed with the government’s inadequate response to the recommendations made by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Read more

  • Government response to IICSA recommendations

    The Government has today published its long-awaited response to the Final Recommendations published by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). Read more