Survivors UK give men chance to talk about their feelings and experiences, with someone specifically trained in male sexual assault. They can direct towards other services that are right for you and provide ongoing support.

Support provided by Survivors UK includes: 

  • Specific services for men who have been victims of sexual abuse 
  • Individual counselling and group work for men (18+) at their office in Shadwell, London E1 (small fee may apply) 
  • Workshops for carers/partners/supporters of male survivors
  • Confidential online chat sessions with trained individuals (18+)
  • Access to sexual health services 

How they can help

The Survivors UK office, located in London, offers a place to go for in-person support for men over the age of 18. 

Survivors UK offer a range of support services, including counselling and therapy appointments, as well as an online chat service. Survivors UK can also help male victims access sexual health services, including sexual health testing and referrals. 

Through their website they can also offer support, advice, and information on other services that are right for you.

Good to know

You have to be over the age of 18 to access the services provided by Survivors UK. 

Survivors UK focuses mainly focuses on male survivors of rape and abuse. It is an inclusive service that welcomes anyone who identifies male, trans, non-binary, anyone who has identified as a man in the past, or anyone who feels that their services are right for them.

Everything that you share with Survivors UK is private and confidential, which means whatever you say will stay between you and them. Survivors UK will only have to tell someone else about your conversation if you tell them information about a serious crime e.g. terrorism, or a child is at risk of serious harm. 

The online chat service is free to use, as are face-to-face group sessions. However, one-on-one counselling can cost between £5 - £60, depending on how much money you earn. 

How to access

Survivors UK Helpline Web Chat, available 10:30am - 9pm Monday  to Friday and 10am - 6pm Saturday and Sunday. 

 For more contact information, please visit their website.

Visit Survivors UK Website

The Schools Consent Project is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1174087 We use cookies to improve your experience using this website. To learn more, read our privacy policy
Log in | Powered by White Fuse