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.
"As a community, we build LGBT+ spaces where we can feel safe. Sadly, sometimes these spaces can be made into targets."
"Our thoughts are with the friends and families of Stephen Port’s victims at this time, and we hope that this reinvestigation will provide answers for them and the LGBT+ community."
"What we see consistently though our services and our research is that trans and non-binary people are more likely to experience abuse and violence based on their identity, and therefore need to be urgently protected by this legislation."