These organisations offer support and services ranging from help to get you home safely and sounding the alarm if you’re in trouble, to help if you’re the victim of a crime.
Victim Support are here to help anyone affected by crime, not only those who experience it directly, but also their friends, family and any other people involved.
Women’s Aid is a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated.
This Fan Girl have created a charter that shares experiences of being female fans and provides recommendations for small things pubs can do to improve the feeling of safety in their venues.
Got a feeling that someone you know or care about isn’t behaving as they normally would? Check out RUOK?
With 500K+ downloads WalkSafe+ allows the user to plot safer journeys, understand local crime hotspots and to help others make better safety decisions.
Whatever you’re going through, Samaritans will face it with you. We’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Suicide Prevention UK help anyone who may be struggling with their mental health and/or thoughts of suicide.
To spike a drink means to put alcohol or drugs into someone’s drink without their knowledge or permission. Talk to Frank
One of the effects of date rape drugs can be amnesia, or loss of memory. That means it’s possible that you won’t be sure if you’ve been assaulted. Find advice here.
There are several reasons why someone might decide to ‘spike’ another person with alcohol or drugs. Find out more and support if you’re a victim of rape here
SANE is a leading UK charity providing emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental illness.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK and the cause of 18 deaths every day.