I’m 18 or under

Something’s happened to me or someone I know.

No matter what’s happened, there is always someone who will listen to you and take what you say seriously.

If you think anyone is in immediate danger, call the police on 999.


You can speak to a trained counsellor for free by calling Childline or visiting their website to chat to them online. Calls aren’t recorded and the number won’t appear on your phone bill.

Call: 0800 1111 any time or visit the Childline website, where you’ll also find information and support on a range of issues.

0800 1111 | www.childline.org.uk


It can be really hard, but it’s a good idea to speak to an adult you trust. This could be a teacher, a family member, your GP or anyone else you feel safe with. Find ways you can start the conversation on Childline’s website. Find out how to speak to a GP.

Get help from the NHS

The NHS run sexual assault referral centres (SARCs) which can offer you support. They are available to all, regardless of gender and age, or when it happened. Find your nearest sexual assault referral centre and NHS advice on help after rape and sexual assault.


Get a nude image removed from the internet

You can report a nude image or video that’s been posted online to get it removed. And Childline will support you through the process.


You can also find support for specific backgrounds and communities:


Provides a free, confidential and independent services for all LGBT+ people who have experienced sexual assault, violence or abuse, however or whenever it happened.

https://www.galop.org.uk/report/ | referrals@galop.org.uk

Breaking the Silence

A specialist service for male survivors from black and Asian communities aged 13 and over.


National Male Survivor Helpline

This is a confidential helpline for male victims of sexual violence and abuse. They also provide emotional support via telephone 0808 800 5005 or text 07860 06518

0808 800 5005 | support@safeline.org.uk | https://www.safeline.org.uk


A resource for survivors who self-identify as men or male.



To find services which support black and minority women and girls