UK organisations supporting survivors
Trans Survivors Switchboard is a helpline for trans (inc. non binary + questioning) individuals who have experienced sexual violence at any point.
Advice for trans survivors of domestic and sexual violence can be found on the Scottish Trans website.
More general advice for survivors is available on the NHS Choices website:
The Rape Crisis Scotland helpline is for anyone, whatever their gender, who has been affected by sexual iolence, no matter when or how it happened. They offer both phone and email support.
The Galop National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline supports LGBT people, their friends & families across the UK. They operate a freephone telephone helpline service as well as online chat and email support.
If you’re worried about someone else
It can be difficult to know what to do if you’re worried about someone else.
Thankfully, you can find information about what to do online on the NHS Choices website:
If you’re worried about someone’s mental health or whether they are thinking of hurting themselves, we have a seperate page on mental health with more information.
Transgender Policy & Procedural GuidanceCymorth i Ferched Cymru - Welsh Women's Aid
Stronger Together: Guidance for women’s services on the inclusion of transgender womenScottish Transgender Alliance
Domestic Violence - A resource for trans people in Brighton and HoveBrighton and Hove LGBT DVA Working Group
Domestic Violence - a Resource for Trans PeopleNHS Barking and Dagenham
There are more PDFs about domestic violence available on the Stonewall UK website.
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