These services operate nationally.

They offer a range of services to survivors such as helplines, resources and support groups around the UK. For these services, where you are based does not determine whether you can access the service.

1. Self injury Support

Female survivors. Area covered: NationalRead more

2. RAINS (Ritual Abuse Information Network and Support)

Information & advice service for survivors of ritual abuse.Read more

3. Izzy’s Promise

Support for male and female survivors of ritual abuseRead more

4. Respond

Survivors with learning disabilities aged 5+. Area Covered: National and LondonRead more

5. MOSAC (Mothers of Sexually Abused Children)

Supporting all non-abusing parents, carers and families. Area covered: London wide and helpline national.Read more

6. Boarding Concern

Boarding Concern supports people who were harmed or abused whilst at boarding school.Read more

7. Abuse Never Becomes Us

Supporting survivors from the Tamil community. Area covered: London and UK wideRead more

8. The Ann Craft Trust

National charity working in the interests of people with learning disabilities who may be at risk of abuse.Read more

9. First Person Plural

Adults affected by complex dissociative conditions, such as dissociative identity disorder (DID). Area covered: Nation Wide Membership for those affected by dissociative identity disorderRead more

10. CIS’ters  (Surviving Rape and/or Sexual Abuse)

Female survivors aged 18+ that were were raped/sexually abused by a member of their immediate/extended family. National helpline and services in the Hampshire area.Read more

11. SupportLine

Confidential emotional support to children, young adults and adults by telephone, email and post.Read more

12. SurvivorsUK

Male survivors aged 13+. Services for men in London and a National Web Chat for adult male survivorsRead more

13. The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC)

All adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Provides a national freephone support line.Read more