There are some really helpful services out there; the following are some of our recommendations
What is Sexual Abuse?
Read about what sexual abuse is and what it involves. Sexual abuse doesn’t have to be physical contact, and it sometimes happens online.
A leading children’s charity in the UK, specialising in child protection and dedicated to the fight for every childhood. Useful campaigns, research, news, services and resources
Supporting Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic & Refugee adults, children & young people fleeing domestic & sexual abuse
Sexual Assault Referral Centre – Isis
Help & Support for Rape & Sexual Assault victims in Sheffield & South Yorkshire
Sheffield Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service (SRASACS)
For women & girls aged 13 upwards who are survivors of rape and sexual abuse
Sheffield Domestic Abuse Co-ordination Team (DACT)
This site provides information & contact details for domestic abuse services in Sheffield
Gender Respect Project 2013 – 2016
Aiming to help children and young people to understand, question and challenge gender inequality and violence
Respect Not Fear
An informative, interactive and user-friendly site for young people to learn about teenage relationship abuse, how to identify it and how to get help.
Useful, accessible website that gives young people information about sexting, relationship abuse, consent, rape and porn.
The UK SAYS NO MORE campaign promotes the use of a new national symbol to express support for ending domestic violence and sexual assault in our society.
Emotional wellbeing support for LGBT+ young people in SheffieldSAYiT works with young people and professionals to make real lives better. We provide practical support around LGBT+ life, sexual health, HIV and mental wellbeing, while our training helps organisations improve knowledge and address discrimination.
Galop – the LGBT+ anti-abuse charity
Galop provides advice, support, research and lobbying around LGBT+ issues – providing support for LGBT+ people who have experienced abuse and violence.
The Survivors Trust Resources Site
Each of the TST Resource Site website sections explores a specific area associated with the effects that survivors of rape and/or sexual abuse can often experience in the aftermath of sexual trauma, and provides a resource for survivors and anyone who wants to learn more about the impact of sexual violence, or wants to use as a self-help toolkit as part of their recovery journey.
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