We support LGBT+ people who have experienced abuse and violence
Our helplines are open to anyone LGBT+ in the UK, as well as friends, family members, and professionals who may be concerned about an LGBT+ person who is facing abuse.
You can refer yourself into our services, or you can refer someone to us if you are a professional working with someone who might need our help.
Join our Domestic Abuse Survivors Forum to share your story and support other LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse, from anywhere in the UK.
Leni Morris, CEO, accepted the coveted ‘Charity of the Year’ award and £10,000 donation from headline sponsor Burberry on behalf of the charity, for promoting the values of equality, diversity and inclusion.
"Being LGBT+ is not an illness and we do not need to be cured." Read our research on the use of sexual violence to "convert" or "punish" LGBT+ people in the UK
The helpline is open to all LGBT+ victims and survivors of so-called "conversion therapy" in the UK, including anyone who isn't sure if what is happening to them is a conversion practice, and people who may be concerned about someone they know.