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National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Domestic Violence Helpline
Following the closure of Broken Rainbow in June 2016, GALOP now runs the LGBT Domestic Violence Helpline. Mon: 10am–8pm | Tue: 10am–5pm (1pm–5pm a trans-specific service) | Wed: 10am–5pm | Thu: 10am–8pm | Fri: 1pm–5pm
LGBT Domestic Violence Helpline | 0800 999 5428 |  0300 999 5428

Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline | 0300 330 0630
GALOP | 020 7704 2040
  Rise UK | 01273 622828
 Men’s Advice Line | 0808 801 0327
  Victim Support | 0808 168 9111

The Havens
The Havens can help you if you have been sexually assaulted or had non-consensual sex in the past 12 months. You can call them 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for an initial assessment. When they need to see you urgently, such as for a forensic medical examination (FME), they aim to see you within 90 minutes. They also offer follow-up care, including counselling, tests and treatments. Its medical and emotional support services are confidential. That means it will not tell anyone you have contacted or come to see them unless you want them to. And you can use any of their services without involving the police. The Havens has three centres in London:
Camberwell Haven, near to King’s College Hospital (South)
Whitechapel Haven, near to Royal London Hospital (East)
Paddington Haven, near to St Mary’s Hospital (West)
The Havens | 020 3299 6900

Survivors UK | Web chat/ text chat
Domestic violence | Stonewall
LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership
Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Personal information | MEN R US
Consent and sex | MEN R US
Street safety | MEN R US
Cruising grounds | MEN R US

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