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  • The Combat Stress charity logo

    Combat Stress

    The UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health.

    For almost a century, they have helped former servicemen and women deal with issues like trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Today, they provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict. On the phone and online. In the community and at our treatment centres.

    They are on a mission to raise awareness that invisible injuries can be just as hard to cope with as physical ones. So when a veteran is having a tough time, they are there to help tackle the past and to help them take on the future.

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    Forces Law

    Whether you’re serving in the Army, Royal Navy or RAF, as a Regular or Reservist, you and your family have access to a wide range of independent legal services and advice through Forces Law

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    The Royal British Legion

    The Royal British Legion provides lifelong support for the Armed Forces community – serving men and women, veterans, and their families.

  • The Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) logo

    Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman

    They are the final stage for complaints about councils, all adult social care providers (including care homes and home care agencies) and some other organisations providing local public services. They are a free service. They investigate complaints in a fair and independent way – they do not take sides.

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    The Law Society

    The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors.

    They represent and support our members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law

  • The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) logo

    Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

    They deal with compensation claims from people who have been physically or mentally injured because they were the blameless victim of a violent crime in England, Scotland or Wales.

  • The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) logo

    APIL – Association of Personal Injury Lawyers

    A non-profit organisation, representing injured people

  • The Association of Child Abuse Lawyers (ACAL) logo

    Association of Child Abuse Lawyers (ACAL)

    The Association of Child Abuse Lawyers (ACAL) is an association set up for the benefit of victims, lawyers, experts and other professionals involved in the field of obtaining compensation for the physical, sexual or emotional abuse of children and adults abused in childhood.

  • The London Friend LGBT charity logo

    London Friend

    Established in 1972 London Friend is the UK’s oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans charity. They are here to support the health and mental well-being of the LGB&T community in and around London.
    They offer counselling and support around issues such as same-sex relationships, sexual and gender identity and promoting personal growth and self-confidence. They are also home to Antidote – the UK’s only LGB&T drug and alcohol service. Our social groups provide a safe space to meet and socialise as an alternative to the bar and club scene.

  • The Mosac charity logo


    Mosac is a voluntary organisation supporting all non-abusing parents and carers whose children have been sexually abused. They provide various types of support services and information for parents, carers and professionals dealing with child sexual abuse.

  • The SurvivorsUK male rape and sexual abuse charity logo

    Survivors UK

    Male rape and sexual abuse survivors – They Help more than 150 people through our counselling services and 2,500 people remotely per year

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  • The Safeline charity logo


    Believe in You for both male and female survivors
    Safeline have already helped over 25,000 people in their journey through sexual abuse and rape. They are here now to help you.

  • The Women’s Aid charity logo

    Women’s aid

    Since 1974, they have been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic abuse. As a federation of over 220 organisations, they provide more than 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country.