List of useful contacts

Brook Advisory

Free and confidential sexual health advice and contraception services for young people under 25 in the UK.


Free and confidential support and counselling services for anyone under 19 in the UK.

Consent Coalition

A group of organisations working together to raise awareness about consent.

The A-Z of Consent campaigns

The Everyday Sexism Project

Website documenting personal experiences of sexism, harassment, and assault to highlight these problems in society and create solidarity.


A website for young people all about sex, intimacy, and consent, and includes lots of useful guides for LGBTQ+ young people.


Free and confidential support for LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse and violence, including specialist services for young people aged 13-25.

Hub of Hope

An online directory of mental health support and services across the UK, with the option to show only show support services for young people.

The Mix

Essential support for young people aged 11-25 who are facing any issue that affects their mental health and emotional wellbeing.


Free support HOPELINE247 for children and young people under 35-years for the prevention of young suicide.

Rape Crisis England & Wales

Free and confidential 24/7 Support Line (phone and online chat service) for anyone aged 16+ in England and Wales who have been affected by any form of sexual violence.

Report Remove

Website run by Childline and Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) to help young people under 18 in the UK to confidentially report sexual images and videos of themselves and remove them from the internet.

Report Remove tool


Free support services for anyone who has experienced sexual violence, including a National Male Survivor Helpline and Online Support Service for men and boys.


Free 24/7 support line for anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope or at risk of suicide.


Free, confidential, and anonymous 24/7 text support service for anyone who is struggling to cope in the UK.

The Survivor Pathway

An online directory of specialist sexual violence support services available throughout the Southwest, with the option to show only show support services for young people (13-17) and children (12 and under).

Think U Know

Advice for young people aged 11-18 from CEOP Education at the National Crime Agency including, relationships, online safety, nudes and sexual content online.

Victim Support

Free support services (phone, text, live chat) for people affected by crime in England and Wales. They also have services providing specialist support to help young people cope with the impacts and effects of crime.

Young Minds

The UK’s leading mental health charity for young people providing information and free guides about mental health conditions and where to get support.

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