Organisation Details
RASA (Rape and Sexual Abuse Service for women, men and children)

RASA is an independent organisation and registered charity, established for almost 30 years. As the sexual violence specialists on Merseyside, RASA offers a range of services for survivors including counselling, support and advocacy (ISVA), as well as preventitive educational courses for young people and other professionals. RASA is affiliated to Rape Crisis England and Wales and meets the RCEW National Service Standards offering a safe environment where qualified and experienced women will offer the service you need.

Tel (Helpline): 0151 666 1392


Safeplace Merseyside

The Sexual Assault Referral Centre for the Merseyside area is a joint venture supported by the Home Office, Merseyside Police, Liverpool CitySafe Partnership, Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust, Merseyside NHS Primary Care Trusts and Local Authorities. It offers a service for both males and females who have been sexually assaulted both recently and at any time in the past.

Tel: 0151 295 3550

SPM, PO Box 1194, Liverpool, L69 2VZ.

Sexual Health Liverpool

Sexual Health Liverpool is commissioned by Liverpool City Council's Public Health Department, as part of a range of sexual health and contraceptive services within the city. The website has been produced to help you find out where to go for sexual health and contraception information, advice and treatment in Liverpool.


Brook Advisory Centre

There are 17 Brook Centres around the UK, offering free and confidential sexual health advice and contraception to young people under the age of 25.

Tel: 0151 207 4000


Brook Liverpool, 81 London Road, Liverpool, L3 8JA.

Survivors UK

Survivors UK supports anyone affected by male sexual violation and raises awareness of their needs.

Tel: 0845 122 1201


SurvivorsUK, Unit 1, Queen Anne Terrace, Sovereign Court, The Highway, London, E1W 3HH.

One in Four UK

One in Four offers a voice to, and support for, males and females who have experienced sexual abuse and sexual violence.

Tel: 020 8697 2112


219 Bromley Road, Bellingham, Catford, SE6 2PG.

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) is the only UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused. The Foundation works with entire families that have been affected by abuse including: adult male and female sexual abusers; young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours; victims of abuse and other family members.

Tel: 01527 591922


The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Bordesley Hall, The Holloway, Alvechurch, Birmingham, B48 7QA.

Stop It Now!

Stop it Now! believes and acts on the principle that all adults are responsible for protecting the most vulnerable in society. Children can be protected from sexual abuse if adults are aware of how abusers operate, including those who abuse via the Internet. Adults also need to feel confident about what to do if they are worried that abuse might be occurring. The aim of the Stop it Now! UK and Ireland campaign, including the Helpline, is to equip adults to protect children from sexual abuse.

Tel: 0808 1000 900


Bordesley Hall, The Holloway, Alvechurch, Birmingham, B48 7QA.

Migdal Emunah

Migdal Emunah is a UK-based organiation which works within the Jewish community to promote family safety against perpetrators of abuse and to empower the community with the tools to protect children from abuse.


College of Relationship and Sexual Therapists

The college exists to develop and maintain high standards of professional practice, through regulation, training, research and dissemination of knowledge, to enable sexual and relationship therapists to provide the most effective therapeutic treatments to the public.

Tel/fax: 020 8543 2707


The Administrator, COSRT, PO Box 13686, London, SW20 9ZH.

Jewish Community Watch

Jewish Community Watch (JCW) is dedicated to protecting children from sexual abuse and committed to advocating, supporting, and caring for victims all over the world.

The organisation prevents abuse by warning parents, community members and educators about predators in their community, and works to put those predators behind bars. It educates the public by promoting child safety, increasing awareness and eliminating the stigma and shame of abuse. It helps victims heal through guidance and support, and assisting them in their journey from victim to survivor.

Tel: (001) 888-JCW-4852

E-mail via the website.

Jewish Community Watch, 244 5th Avenue, New York, New York, USA.

The Armistead Project

Advice and support on a range of sexual and emotional issues for gay and bi-sexual men on Merseyside, with emphasis on HIV prevention. An outreach service is provided.

Tel: 0151 708 0907


36 Bold Street, Liverpool, L3 5LX.

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition-oriented, fellowship based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous.

The only qualification for S.L.A.A. membership is a desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction. The organisation is supported entirely through the contributions of its membership and is free to all who need it.

Tel: 07951 815 087



The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity is a not-for-profit organisation that provides information and support on sex addiction and compulsivity.

Sex addiction is a growing problem that can devastate lives. ATSAC is committed to providing hope, information and treatment options to sex addicts and those who love them.

Tel: 0741 478 7341


The Laurel Centre

The Laurel Centre is a specialist organisation providing help for Compulsive Sexual Behaviour Disorder (CSBD) and sexual addiction therapy using a BioPsychoSocial approach. The centre also provides support for partners, and sex addiction training to counsellors.

Tel: 020 7965 7302 and 01926 339594


The Laurel Centre, First Floor 50-54 Regent Street, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 5EG.

Circles UK

Circles UK seeks greater public protection by working towards a substantial reduction in sexual offending by providing a range of services to local Circles of Support and Accountability Providers. It also aims to develop a greater public understanding of community approaches to public protection.

Tel: 0118 950 0068

E-mail via website.

Abbey House, Abbey Square, Reading, RG1 3BE.


A not-for-profit organisation which offers a UK-wide independent network of suitably qualified and experienced professionals who are willing and trained to work with sex offenders.

Tel: 0747 329 9883


Specialist Treatment Organisation for the Prevention of Sexual Offending, Suite 211/212 Surrey House, 34 Eden Street, Kingston on Thames KT1 1ER.

The Proud Trust

The Proud Trust is a life-saving and life-enhancing organisation that helps young people empower themselves to make a positive change for themselves and their communities. The organisation does this through youth groups, peer support, managing the LGBT Centre for Manchester, delivering training and events, campaigns, undertaking research and creating resources.

Tel: 0161 660 3347

E-mail via the website.

The Proud Trust, 49-51 Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB.

The Detransitioning Advocacy Network

The Detransitioners' Advocacy Network (TDAN) is a charitable, nonprofit, global effort to improve the well-being of detransitioned people who have either decided not to transition or have stopped transitioning. Its aims are to build a support network, connect detransitioners and provide resources from professionals covering legal and medical advice.

Launched in November 2019, TDAN works with local chapters through its core leadership to support those who desist from gender transition, and to lobby institutions for the destigmatisation of detransition and expansion of detransitioners' healthcare and legal options.


The Albert Kennedy Trust

The Trust's mission is to ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans young people are able to live in accepting, supportive and caring homes, by providing a range of services to meet the individual needs of those who would otherwise be homeless or living in a hostile environment. The Trust achieves this by providing appropriate homes through supported lodgings, fostering and other specialist housing schemes, enabling young people to manage independent living successfully, and improving attitudes within society towards lesbian, gay and bisexual young people.

Tel: 0161 228 3308


The Albert Kennedy Trust, 5 Oak Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 5JD.

It Starts with Me

A campaign to promote HIV testing.


The Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) was founded in 2001 in order to create public acceptance and discussion of asexuality, and to facilitate the growth of an asexual community. AVEN hosts the largest asexual community in the world, serving as an informational resource for people who are asexual and questioning, their friends and families, academic researchers and the press.

The AVEN community centres around the web forum which provides a safe space for asexual and questioning people and their partners, friends and families to discuss their experiences.