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Want to talk?

If something sexual happened to you without your consent – or you're not sure – you can talk to us. No matter when it happened.

Our 24/7 Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Line is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year:

πŸ“ž Call free on 0808 500 2222

πŸ’¬ Visit the website to start a free online chat

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About our 24/7 Support Line

A free phone and online chat service for anyone aged 16+ in England and Wales who has been affected by rape, child sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment or any other form of sexual violence.

Go to the Support Line website

How can contacting us help?

Our Support Line is staffed by trained specialists who are there to listen to you, believe you and answer any questions that you have.

For lots of people who have experienced sexual violence, abuse or harassment, talking to someone about what happened is an important step. And sometimes it can feel easier to talk to someone who doesn’t know you.

⚠️ Our Support Line is not an emergency service. If you are in immediate danger or need urgent medical help, please call 999.

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Feeling confused or don't feel ready to say what happened?

Our Support Line is for you too.

If you contact us, you don't have to have all the answers yet – or even the words.

We will never think that you're wasting our time and what we talk about will be completely up to you.

You can contact our Support Line at any point on your journey.

Frequently asked questions
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Whenever you're ready to talk, we'll be here to listen.

Call 0808 500 2222 or visit our Support Line website to start an online chat.

Are you someone who is trying to support a victim or survivor?

We know this might feel really hard. But, we have lots of information and resources that can help you to help them.