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Useful Links

There are so many incredible people doing incredible work to support each other.

Here are some resources for people who may need them or like to know more.

Counselling / Therapy:

Samaritans - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Telephone: 116 123 (24 hour)


National Domestic Violence Helpline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Tel: 0808 2000 247

DV / SV Specialist Services:

Sistah Space -
Refuge -
Centre for Women's Justice -
Southall Black Sisters -
Surviving Economic Abuse -
Strut Safe -
Rights of Women -

Solace -

Nia -

Rape Crisis -


From Bystander to Advocate by the MeTooMovement

Who to tell and how to tell by the MeTooMovement

How to Support a Survivor who has disclosed to you by the MeTooMovement

Tips to support someone who has not disclosed by The MeTooMovement

Positive Body Image by the Eating Disorders Association


Feedback so far

We have an exemplary track record of success. In 2022 we hosted 793 sessions for 298 participants; 67% of participants self-identified as Disabled and or neurodiverse, only 20% of participants identified as heterosexual, the rest identified in many different phrasings and identities of the LGBTQI+ rainbow.  66% of participants and 77% of tutors were women of colour.


Feedback from our sessions in 2022 were:


  • 22% people said the sessions improved their confidence with 71% the sessions extremely improved confidence

  • 84% said the sessions improved their self esteem

  • 97% people said they had learnt new things

  • 78% of people said it made them feel like part of a community

  • 96% of participants said the sessions extremely good for their wellbeing

  • 100% of people said the workshops made them feel like their wellbeing was important

  • And perhaps most importantly, 100% said the sessions gave them hope.

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