Stephanie

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the havens

The havens are specialist centres in London for people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Since the first of the Havens was opened in 2000 we have helped over 20,000 people.

They have three centres based in London:

Camberwell: 020 3299 1599

Paddington: 020 3312 1101

Whitechapel: 020 7247 4787

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**info I put up last year has changed, so removed that post**

City Hearts

website : www.city-hearts.co.uk

Offers 24/7 residential holistic care for both women & men.

- Two houses for women based in Sheffield, North East, United Kingdom, and one house for men and another for families, based in Liverpool, UK.

City Hearts Restore programme:

- offers support for survivors of violence, CSA, sexual assault, rape, care leavers, women at risk of or who are escaping sexual exploitation, women at risk of homelessness, post-detox, battling addictions, eating disorders and self harm. The Restore programme also offers short-term pregnancy crisis support.

City Hearts Anti-Trafficking:

- Separate Safe Houses for men and women leaving prostitution and exploitation & survivors rescued from human trafficking.

- Provide a place of safety and love to restore trust, confidence, and hope.

- Work alongside the organizations like The Salvation Army, Police, the UK Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC), Social Services and other national organisations to provide a safe refuge for those trafficked into and within the UK.

- Support for those who require short to medium term stay in the UK as well as continue to support those wishing to stay longer to find work, housing and other resources as required.

**Soon to be setting up branch in Accra, Ghana to provide more help and a rehabilitation programme in one of the key countries where people are exploited into trafficking.

UK Contact

- Telephone: +44 (0)114 213 2063

- Email: info@city-hearts.co.uk

- Post: City Hearts Head Office, The Megacentre, Bernard Road, Sheffield, S2 5BQ.

Edited by PurposeByDesign

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PODS - Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors

PODS (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) works to make recovery from dissociative disorders a reality through:

- training

- informing

- supporting

PODS provides:

- information and awareness training days/workshops to inform and educate about the reality of living with and recovering from dissociation, trauma and sexual abuse, suitable both for dissociative survivors, their supporters and professionals such as counsellors and psychotherapists

- opportunities for survivors, partners and supporters to meet together and provide mutual support

- a weekly telephone helpline

- ongoing e-mail support

- resources such as an e-magazine, Information Booklets and Emergency DID Information cards

- signposting to other organisations

http://www.pods-online.org.uk/

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Crisis Point (TW's for religious imagery on the home-page and music - it doesn't seem to be a religious organisation, but the imagery is a little too close for me, so thought I'd add the TW.)

http://www.crisispoint.org.uk/

Services including 1-2-1 counselling for both male and female survivors, inpatient stays in a specialist centre, advocates if you choose to report, group counselling, signposting and guidance.

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ISAS (Incest and Sexual Abuse Survivors), Nottinghamshire

One to One counselling for men and women as well as women's groups and men's groups

More information can be found at http://www.isas-notts.org.uk/index.cfm

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Male rape/CSA one-on-one anonymous counselling via computer

Survivors UK has started one of these, modelled on the well-known RAINN online chatline in the U.S. The British equivalent is available only four days a week, and for a maximum session-time of half an hour, but it's a start.

http://www.survivorsuk.org/speak-to-us/

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NAPAC : National Association for People Abused in Childhood (all forms of neglect and abuse)

Support line: 0808 801 0331  - free from landlines and mobiles from 10am - 9pm Mon-Thu & 10am - 6pm Fri. Calls will not show on your bill.

Lots of good resources, and an excellent 'local support' finder.

Additional information on NAPAC - September 16, 2016

NAPAC

Herald House

Off Bunhill Row

15 Lamb’s Passage

London, EC1Y 8TQ

 

The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) is the UK’s leading national charity offering support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect.

 

Also, The Northamptonshire Rape & Incest Crisis Centre

Opening Times

Monday 9am-3pm & 6pm-9pm

Tuesday 9am-3pm

Wednesday 9am-3pm & 6pm-9pm

Thursday 9am - 3pm & 6pm - 9am

Friday 9am - 3pm

T: 01604 250721

F: 0871 977 0275

Helpline: 0300 222 5930

Email enquiries

info@nricc.co.uk

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Male rape/CSA one-on-one anonymous counselling via computer

Survivors UK has started one of these, modelled on the well-known RAINN online chatline in the U.S. The British equivalent is available only four days a week, and for a maximum session-time of half an hour, but it's a start.

http://www.survivorsuk.org/speak-to-us/

This is also listed in our links for Men's resources.

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Cumbria and North Lancashire region

Birchall Trust

Birchall Trust is a free counselling service for male and females, children, young people and adult survivors of recent or historic rape and sexual abuse in South Cumbria and North Lancashire. The service is also available for partners, relatives and friends who want to talk about the effects of rape and sexual abuse in order to support their loved one.

http://www.birchalltrust.org.uk/

Self-Harm Awareness for All Cumbria

SAFA is a team of qualified staff committed to making a positive difference to the lives of individuals who self harm and to those who support them.

http://www.safa-selfharm.com

Edited by *Harley*

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