If you are LGBT+ or think that you might be, we are here to support you. If you need someone to talk to, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 07580 532659 and we will be there for you. We can't promise to answer or reply straight away, but we will get back to you pretty quickly. Maybe you are experiencing an issue you need support with, or perhaps you've been a victim of hate crime. Maybe you need some advice, or perhaps just someone to talk to. We will always do our best to be there for you, and can always find the right type of support for your need.
We are here for you. You are never alone.
If you have been a victim of any kind of crime, support is also available locally from Victim
Victim Support is the national independent charity which helps people affected by crime,
regardless of when it happened, and whether or not it was reported to the police. They support
victims and witnesses of all types of crime, including hate crime and domestic abuse. They are
passionate about equality and diversity across everything they do, and in January 2017 they
were ranked as the best charity in Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index.
You can visit Victim Support's website by clicking on this link. Support is also available via their
local victim care team, which you can call on 01926 682693. Victim Support's national support
line number is 08081 698111.