Rape Crisis (England and Wales)

National Helpline (Freephone): 0808 802 9999

Open everyday of the year between:

12:00 to 14:30 and 19:00 to 21:30


Here you can find your local rape crisis centre.

Rape Crisis Scotland

National Helpline (Freephone): 08088 01 03 02

Open everyday of the year between 6pm and midnight.


Here you can find your local rape crisis centre

Nexus Northern Ireland

24 Hour Domestic and Sexual Abuse Helpline (Freephone): 0808 802 1414


Here you can find your local rape crisis centres

Forced Marriage & Honour Based Violence (FGM):


NSPCC’s Female Genital Mutilation Helpline: 0800 028 3550



Karma Nirvana

National UK Helpline for honour based abuse and forced marriage (Freephone): 0800 5999 247



National FGM Support Clinics are community based clinics that offer a range of specialist support for women with Female Geniral Mutilation (FGM)


Revenge Porn

UK’s national revenge Porn Helpline (Freephone): 0845 6000 459



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