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National Online Helpline

We are here for any man, boy or non-binary person who has ever experienced unwanted sexual activity (such as words, images or touch). We are also here for family, friends, allies and loved ones supporting a survivor in their lives.

We can chat with you here through webchat, or by texting.

There’s no pressure or judgement when you contact us – you get to stay in control.

You can reach out as little or often as you like, and each chat can last up to 45 minutes, or shorter if you prefer.

You may not be sure if we’re the right service for you. No problem, contact us anyway, and we’ll do our best to help or point you in the right direction.

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What you say is important to us and personal to you. We take confidentiality really seriously. Only in very extreme cases would we consider contacting anyone else about what you tell us.

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Services

At SurvivorsUK we have a team of Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs). They are trained to provide emotional and practical support to survivors of rape, sexual abuse, and sexual assault who have reported to the police or are considering reporting to the police.

Our main role is to support around the criminal justice process, but we are independent from the police and we are not legal advisors.

Your ISVA will support you in a non-judgemental way to address your needs and will help you ensure that other organisations also provide you with the right kind of support.

Our ISVA service is open to boys, men, and non-binary people over the age of 13, living in any London Borough and/or if the abuse was committed in any London Borough. The abuse can have taken place either in childhood or adulthood. This is a free service.

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Case Worker Services

A Case Worker can provide practical support to anyone who is not currently going through the criminal justice process, or who has ISVA support.

We can provide up to 3 months of support to assist with things such as applying for housing, employment, financial support, and finding and accessing other support services.

This service is open to residents of London or if your abuse occurred in London.

Group work

Coping with sexual abuse can be really tough and you can feel like you’re the only one. Meeting other survivors who have gone through a similar experience to you can really help. The young people’s group at SurvivorsUK is a place where you can meet and chat with other young people.

You may not be sure if a group is right for you. No problem, contact us anyway and we’ll do our best to help or to point you in the right direction.

This service is available to anyone in the UK.


Counselling is the opportunity to speak with someone in depth about what is going on for you. You may wish to talk about the sexual abuse, other things which have happened in the past, any difficulties in your current life, concerns about the future, your feelings about yourself, managing your feelings, your relationships with others, or anything else which is on your mind.

This service is available to those residing in any London Borough. If you prefer, or if getting to us is tricky, you can speak to a counsellor over the phone or using online chat or Whatsapp.

You can self refer by completing our online referral form here, by phoning our office line 0203 598 3898, or by emailing [email protected].

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