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Our Clinics

We know that finding good advice you can trust can be difficult as a survivor of sexual violence. Maybe you have questions about claiming civil compensation, or you need to consult a professional about your sexual wellbeing after an abusive experience.

That’s why SurvivorsUK have set up several clinics with trusted partners like law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp and Barts Health NHS Trust, where you can confidentially ask trained professionals for advice in a casual setting.

Below you will find information about our range of advice clinics. Our clinics offer short-term support to men, boys and non-binary people who have experienced sexual abuse, as well as allies supporting survivors in their lives.

Civil Law Clinic with BBK

We know that you may have questions about taking civil action in relation to abuse. To make it easier to get advice and speak to a lawyer, we set up the Civil Law Clinic with the law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp.

Bolt Burdon Kemp can help with bringing legal action for abuse against individual abusers, foster parents, employers, sports or youth clubs, religious or charitable organisations, social services and others. They can support people seeking compensation though the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) and through the court system.

You can book an appointment online to meet with a specialist abuse lawyer at SurvivorsUK’s office or by clicking on the button below. The appointment with a lawyer from Bolt Burdon Kemp is free.

If you would like advice about a criminal case, please contact our ISVA service by emailing [email protected] or calling 0203 598 3898.

For more information about Bolt Burdon Kemp and their team of specialist abuse lawyers, visit www.boltburdonkemp.co.uk/child-abuse.

SurvivorsUK has a connection with Bolt Burdon Kemp but does not recommend their services over any other law firm. For information on other law firms visit www.childabuselawyers.com

Clinic26

Clinic26 is a safe place for men and non-binary people who have experienced sexual abuse, assault, or rape, to access sexual health services in a supportive, confidential environment. We offer support around sexual wellbeing, as well as information on practical and emotional support available to you. Clinic26 is a partnership between Barts Health NHS Trust and SurvivorsUK.

Clinic26 appointments are held remotely via Zoom and is available to anyone in the UK. If after your initial appointment it is agreed you need face to face services, we will discuss this with you.

Clinic26 is open on the fourth Monday of the month, between 2-4 pm with limited pre-booked appointments.

During your appointment you will be given the opportunity to access the following services:

  • A discussion with a Doctor around any sexual health concerns, including advice, testing and referrals for your sexual wellbeing. You can also speak with the doctor about general health concerns and accessing health services.
  • A discussion with a sexual health advisor from SurvivorsUK for information and advice around sexual health and wellbeing.

You will not be made to talk about anything you do not want to talk about. Staff will go at your pace and will always ask for your consent before anything is done.

To make an appointment at Clinic26, please contact [email protected] or call 020 3598 3898

Your appointment

Once you register, you will be sent an appointment based on availability and further information on attending your appointment.

If for any reason you are not able to make your appointment, please contact us as soon as possible so we can release the time slot and arrange an alternative.

Anonymity

We understand that accessing services can be difficult. If you do not want to give us your real name, that’s OK.

Forensics

Clinic26 is not able to gather forensic evidence or provide emergency treatment. If you require these services, please contact The Havens (020 3299 6900) or your local emergency department.

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Advice Hub

We understand that experiencing sexual violence can deeply impact various areas of life. Our Advice Hub is here to provide practical support, whether you have questions or need guidance.

Some of the areas our advisors can assist you with include:

  • Housing
  • Work
  • Education
  • Benefits
  • Referrals to other support organisations

Our advisors can assist with connecting you to local support services or directing you to organisations that may offer the assistance you would like.

Appointments are held remotely via Zoom or over the phone and is available to anyone in the UK.

The Advice Hub runs regularly on the second Monday, second Friday and third Thursday of each month. Each appointment lasts 30 minutes. You can book an appointment with our advisors using the button below.

If all appointment slots are taken, please reach out to us at [email protected] to explore alternative appointment dates

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