Useful links

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

  • Ashiana

    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.

  • Disrespect Nobody

    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.

  • SAYiT

    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.

  • Helping Survivors of sexual Abuse & Assault

    Information & Support for Survivors

    Dedicated to ending sexual assault and abuse


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