1. Bullying and Harassment 

Citizens Advice provides some information on bullying and harassment

Family Lives provides some information and advice on bullying at University 

Young Minds has put together a blog on how to deal with online bullying at University

 
2. Sexual Misconduct 
 
The Havens specialist support for people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. For urgent advice and appointments, please call 020 3299 6900. 
 
Solace Women’s Aid provides advice and support for women for domestic abuse and sexual violence. If you require urgent help, please call 0808 802 5565 for free confidential advice.
  
Respond helps children and adults with learning disabilities who have experienced abuse or trauma, as well as those who have abused others, through psychotherapy, advocacy and other support. Tel: 020 7383 0700. 
 
Revenge Porn Helpline Open 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday – Tel: 0345 600 0459. 
 
Victim Support provide free and confidential support to help you deal with your experience, whether or not you report the crime. They also support witnesses of crime. Tel: 0808 168 9111. 
 
Women’s Trust Specialist domestic violence counselling in some borough, but support groups and workshops are pan-London. Tel: 020 7034 0303 (Monday to Friday 9:30am – 5pm).
 
Survivors UK (National) Information, support and counselling for men and boys who have been raped or sexually abuse. Helpline Web Chat available Monday – Sunday 12pm-8pm.
 
Women and Girls Network Counselling and support to help women and girls recover from violence. Tel: 0808 801 0660.

Lifecentre Support for survivors of sexual abuse and anyone supporting them, including a helpline, text support and email counselling. Tel: 0808 802 0808 or text 07717 989 022. 

Galop is a charity that supports lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people affected by sexual and domestic violence.  They run a London based LGBT+ Hate Crime helpline open Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm Tel: 0207 7042040. The National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline is open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm and Wednesday and Thursday 10am – 8:00pm Tel: 0800 999 5428. Whilst the online chat service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Rape Crisis UK (England and Wales only) Webchat and helpline available for women over the age of 16 who have experienced sexual violence. Check their website for helpline opening hours (varying) or call 0808 802 9999 between 12pm to 2.30pm and 7pm to 9.30pm every day of the year. 

Rape Crisis Scotland (Scotland only) National helpline available to anyone over the age of 13 every day from 6pm until 12am. BSL and interpreters for other languages available. Contact 08088 010302 for helpline or text 07537 410 027 to arrange a call back at a safe time. 

Rape Crisis Northern Ireland (NI only) Rape Crisis Northern Ireland is a support service for anyone who is 18 and over and has experienced rape or serious sexual assault in adulthood. Male or female supporters available on request and can offer support through our Information & Support Line, Email Support and our One to One Support Service. Call 0800 0246 991 Monday and Thursday 6pm to 8pm or visit https://rapecrisisni.org.uk/our-services/ for more information. 

Rights of Women (England and Wales only) Free employment legal advice to women in England and Wales experiencing sexual harassment at work. Tel: 020 7490 0152.

The Rowan (Northern Ireland only) Sexual assault referral centre offering a helpline for anybody of any age who have experienced sexual abuse. Tel: 0800 389 4424. 

Mankind Provides one to one counselling, groups and couples counselling to men aged 18+ who have experienced sexual abuse. Male Victims of Domestic Abuse confidential helpline Tel: 01823 334244 Weekdays from 10am to 4pm.

Safelives provide information and resources with people living with domestic abuse. 


3. Domestic Violence Support

National Domestic Abuse Helpline Refuge’s expert Helpline team can chat to you live online, Monday to Friday from 3pm - 10pm or you can call 0808 200  247. 

Women's Aid offers live Chat Service for women who have experienced domestic violence. Access webchat every day – Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm and Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. 

Welsh Women’s Aid (Wales only) Direct services for women and children experiencing gender based violence. Tel: 0808 8010 800 or Text 078600 7733. 

Jewish Women's Aid Domestic Abuse Helpline Service for Jewish women and children who have experienced domestic abuse Web chat available: Monday and Wednesday 15:00 - 17:00 and Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 - 12:00 or Tel: 0808 801 0500. 

Ashiana Sheffield (Mainland only) Aims to help prevent murder and serious harm to Black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee women in England, Wales and Scotland as a result of domestic abuse and forced marriage and 'honour'-based violence. Also supports children and young people. Tel: 0114 255 5740.

Southall Black Sisters provides advice for Black (Asian and African-Caribbean) women with issues including domestic abuse, forced marriage, immigration and homelessness. Tel: 0208 571 9595. 

The Forced Marriage Unit Joint initiative between the Foreign Office and Home Office. It assists actual and potential victims of forced marriage, as well as professionals. Tel: 020 7008 0151 or email fmu@fcdo.gov.uk 

Scottish Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline (Scotland only) Support for women experiencing domestic abuse or forced marriages. Call 24/7 on 0800 027 1234. 

Domestic and Sexual Abuse Helpline (Northern Ireland only) Support for anyone experiencing sexual or domestic violence across NI. Helpline and webchat open 24/7 Tel: 0808 802 1414. 

AMINA (Scotland only) The Helpline is a listening ear and signposting service for Muslim women across Scotland.  Helpline Monday to Friday from10am – 4pm for any Muslim-identified and BME women. It is free from mobiles and landlines and will not appear on your phone bill. All calls are strictly confidential and non-judgemental; we always deal with clients in a faith and culturally-sensitive manner. Tel: 0808 801 0301.

National Stalking Helpline Suzy Lamplugh Trust Provides advice on how to deal with any type of stalking behaviour. Tel: 0808 802 0300.

Live Fear Free Helpline (Wales only) provides help and advice about violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence. Tel: 0808 801 0800. 

Nexus NI (Northern Ireland only) provides a domestic and sexual abuse helpline to anybody who needs it. Tel: 0808 802 1414 or email help@dsahelpline.org

ManKind Initiative offers information and support to men who have experienced domestic violence. Tel: 01823 334 244. 

Men’s Advisory Project (Northern Ireland only) Provides support and counselling for men who have experienced domestic violence. Tel: 028 9024 1929.

Respect Information and support for men who experience domestic violence. Advice line Tel: 0808 8024040 Monday to Thursday from 10am-8pm and Friday 10am-5pm or email info@respectphoneline.org.uk 


4. Mental Wellbeing and Mental Health Support

Samaritans Talk to the Samaritans any time you like, in your own way, and off the record. Tel: 116 123 

Breathing Space (Scotland only) A confidential phoneline for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16, feeling low, anxious or depressed.  Weekdays: Monday to Thursday from 6pm to 2am. Weekends: Friday 6pm to Monday 6am. Tel: 0800 83 85 87.

Switchboard UK National helpline for LGBTQIA+ in need of emotional support for isolation, low mood, anxiety or hate crime. Tel: 0300 330 0630 everyday from 10am to 10pm. 

Black Minds Matter UK A service connecting Black individuals and families with free mental health services by professional Black therapists to support their mental health. 

Sharan A national service for South Asian women in the UK offering support and signposting. Call 0844 504 3231 for support or more information. 

Muslim Community Helpline A national service for anyone who identifies as Muslim seeking support with their mental health. Helpline open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 1 pm, with extended service hours available. Male and female operators available. Tel: 020 8908 6715 or 020 8904 8193.

Standalone provides support and advice to estranged students. 
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