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General Advice

  • Citizens Advice – The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their money, legal and other problems by providing information and advice, and by influencing policymakers.


  • Citizens Advice Scotland – A charity that provides free, confidential, impartial advice about the rights and responsibilities of Scottish citizens.


Accidents/ Health And Safety

  • ROSPA – The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents provides information, advice, resources and training, RoSPA is actively involved in the promotion of safety in all areas of life.


  • Floor Safety Tape – provides tips to help companies maximize the longevity of their floor tape installations.



  • Alcohol Concern – The national agency on alcohol misuse. They work to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems.


  • Al-Anon – Al-Anon Family Groups provide understanding, strength and hope to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking.




  • Bullying UK – A charity helping parents and pupils deal with school bullying. There is comprehensive advice on issues including cyber bullying and racism and the website is also used by schools.

Children & Young People

  • Childline – ChildLine 0800 1111 is the free, 24-hour helpline for children and young people in the UK.


  • The Mix – (0808 808 4994) is a free helpline that finds young people the best help whatever the problem. The UK wide helpline provides free connections to local and national services, ensuring vulnerable young people always know where to turn in times of crisis. Get Connected is contacted by over 1,300 different young people every month. Established in 1999 by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, Get Connected became an independent charity in August 2000.


  • NSPCC – (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) specialises in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. There is an NSPCC Child Protection Helpline: Freephone 0808 800 5000.



  • The Samaritans – The Samaritans provides 24 hour confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing distress or despair. Call on 08457 90 90 90 (UK) 1 850 60 90 90 (ROI) or email them at: They aim to reply to e-mails within 24 hours.


  • Victim Support – Victim Support is an independent charity which helps people cope with the effects of crime.



  • Crimestoppers – The UK charity aimed at putting criminals behind bars through an anonymous Freephone number: 0800 555 111.


  • Secured By Design- The UK Police flagship initiative for designing out crime and provide advice for home owners and tenants on how to secure their home against crime and burglary.


  • The Crime Prevention Website- provides a free crime prevention resource for the general public and provides detailed information for anybody who wants to improve their domestic security, including advice on vehicle and home security through to dealing with bogus callers at the door and alley gating. The aim of the site is to help people avoid becoming victims of crime.


Crime Reduction/Community Justice

  • Living Streets – Living Streets work on practical projects to create safe, vibrant and healthy streets for all. Local streets are a service that we all use. But for decades, traffic priorities have been allowed to overwhelm them, and they have been left dirty and unsafe. Vibrant streets help to revitalise neighbourhoods and reconnect people.


  • Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network– Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network (NHWN) is the name for the recently established group of Regional Neighbourhood & Home Watch representatives meeting at national level from across England & Wales.


  • Restorative Justice Consortium- Restorative processes bring those harmed by crime or conflict, and those responsible for the harm, into communication, enabling everyone affected by a particular incident to play a part in repairing the harm and finding a positive way forward.


Domestic Violence

  • Women’s Aid – Women’s Aid Federation of England (Women’s Aid) is the national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children.


  • Men’s Advice Line– Men’s Advice line is a national freephone helpline for male victims of domestic violence and abuse. The Helpline welcomes calls from men in heterosexual or same sex relationships. They also provide advice to frontline workers. Helpline opening times are Monday to Friday 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm.


  • National Domestic Violence Helpline – A Freephone 24 Hour a day helpline, run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge. It is a national service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf.

  • Respect Phoneline– An information and advice line for anyone who is concerned about their violence or abuse towards a partner or ex-partner. Respect also provide advice to frontline workers. Helpline opening times are Monday to Friday 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm.


  • Rise – A charity that supports women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse in Brighton & Hove and across West Sussex.


  • Scottish Women’s Aid – Women’s Aid can offer advice and support to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. The national office can provide contact details for your local Women’s Aid group.


  • Welsh Women’s Aid – WWA is the national umbrella organisation representing local Women’s Aid Groups situated throughout Wales. Our member groups provide direct services for women and children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse.


Internet Safety

  • Think U Know – This website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre and contains loads of information on internet safety and safe surfing for young people. All hot topics about online safety are covered – including mobiles, blogging and gaming sites – and you can tell them if you feel uncomfortable or worried about someone you’re chatting to online.



Learning Disabilities

  • Mencap – The leading UK charity working with and for people with a learning disability and their parents and carers.



  • Galop – London’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community safety charity.


  • Stonewall – Working for equality and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.


  • London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard – information, support and referral service for lesbians, gay men and bisexual people from all backgrounds throughout the United Kingdom.


  • Schools Out – Formal and informal support network for all people who want to raise the issue of homophobia and heterosexism in education.


Mental Health

  • Saneline – Saneline is one of the UK’s leading charities concerned with improving the lives of everyone affected by mental illness. 0845 767 8000 is SANE’s national telephone helpline offering support and information to callers throughout the UK.



  • MIND – Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales.


Missing Persons

  • Missing People – formerly the National Missing Persons Hotline – A UK charity dedicated to helping missing people and supporting their families while they wait for news. If you wish to call home, have information about a missing person, or are concerned about a missing friend or relative visit the website or call 0500 700 700.


  • Race Action Net – RaceActionNet brings together expertise and experience in tackling racial harassment and racist attacks.


Older People

  • Age UK – is a national organisation campaigning with and on behalf of older people, raising money to help pensioners in need and providing direct services where needed.



  • National Stalking Helpline – A helpline that provides practical advice and information to anybody who is currently or has previously been affected by harassment or stalking.


  • Network for Surviving Stalking – The Network for Surviving Stalking is a National Registered Charity devoted to providing support to people affected by Stalking.


  • Action Scotland Against Stalking – Action Scotland Against Stalking was founded by Ann Moulds after she experienced a harrowing stalking ordeal. Ann lead the successful campaign for the introduction of stalking legislation in Scotland in 2010. This website provides helpful information for anyone who is being stalked.


    • Protection Against Stalking – Their goal is to work with professionals and organisations in partnership to improve the safety of stalking and harassment victims and for perpetrators of abuse to be held to account. Their website contains a lot of useful information and advice.


    • Paladin – Paladin will assist high risk victims throughout England and Wales. A number of Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers (ISACs) will ensure high risk victims of stalking are supported and that a co-ordinated community response is developed locally to keep victims and their children safe.


    • Surviving Stalking – Tracey Morgan was a victim of stalking and created this site, including her blog, for other victims and interested parties.




    • World Wise – This World Wise Directory gives information country by country to help you prepare and plan for safe travelling. It gives an overview of security conditions. It tells you about basic health, safety, visa and currency requirements as well as things you should know about local codes of dress and behaviour.




    • ACAS – An organisation devoted to preventing and resolving workplace and employment disputes.


    • HSE – Health and Safety Executive risk management homepage


    • NHS: Zero Tolerance – A really useful website which includes case studies, surveys, guidance on withholding treatment, managers’ guides and lots of other information

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