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LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline0800 999 5428

Conversion Therapy Helpline 0800 130 3335

LGBT+ Hate Crime Helpline 020 7704 2040

Our impact

Between April 2019 and March 2020, we with worked directly with thousands of LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse, supported thousands more to know their rights and options, released key research, and worked with policy makers to improve outcomes for LGBT+ survivors of abuse and violence.

Our support services

  • 6,987

    Our support services

    Across our services, 6,987 LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse and violence accessed our services for support, advice, and advocacy.

  • 5,861

    Our helplines

    5,861 contacts to our helplines for advice and support.  

  • 1,126

    Our advocacy services

    1,126 LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse received longer-term support through our advocacy services. 

I feel much better for having spoken to you

Our engagement

  • 2,686


    We worked with 2,686 professionals to improve their understanding of the needs of LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse.

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    We published three key reports: Recognise and Respond – our review of domestic abuse services for LGBT+ people; Hate Crime Report (2019) - our regular review of anti-LGBT+ hate crime in the UK; and Online Hate Crime (2019) - examining the extent of anti-LGBT+ hate crime online in the UK.

  • 3,067

    Direct engagement

    We engaged directly with 3,067 LGBT+ people to empower and educate them on their rights, how to recognise abuse, and where to get support. We also distributed thousands of resources, to reach out as far as possible into our community.

The service was fantastic. My wife and I were listened to, treated with respect and understood. The advisor was emphatic, knowledgeable and effective. Our experience was understood and validated. We were reassured and treated seriously. After months of being ignored by police and housing department which left us at the mercy of the abuser having someone who took us seriously meant a lot, gave us hope and allowed us to manage better.

Annual reports

You can read more about the impact of our work in our annual reports. 

Galop annual reports

More of our engagement

Domestic Abuse Bill

Read out joint submission of the Domestic Abuse Bill evidence


Access our factsheets, resources, and reports

What we do

Learn more about what we do at Galop to support LGBT+ communities