Help

As we are a small charity with limited resources, unfortunately Fawcett is unable to help with individual cases. Please try the following organisations if you need help.

Care leavers

Catch 22

See website for details of services in your area

Coram Voice

0808 800 5792

Child abuse

If you are a child or young person:

Childline

0800 1111

If you are worried about a child or young person:

NSPCC

0808 800 5000

Domestic or sexual violence:

National Domestic Violence Helpline

0808 2000 247 (Freephone, 24/7)

Polish Domestic Violence Helpline

0800 061 4004 (Staff speak Polish and offer support to Polish people living in the UK)

Rape Crisis

0808 802 9999 (Freephone, 12-2.30pm and 7-9.30pm every day)

Southall Black Sisters – Support for black (Asian and African-Caribbean) and minority ethnic women suffering from abuse and violence

0208 571 0800

Drugs and alcohol

Addaction

020 7251 5860

Talk to Frank

0300 123 6600 or text 82111

Hate crimes and religious attacks

Tell MAMA – Anti-Muslim attacks

0800 456 1226

0115 707 0007 (SMS)

0734 184 6086 (WhatsApp)

Health issues

Abortion Support Network – Irish/Northern Irish Women

07897 611593 (From Northern Ireland)

01 52 77 370 (From Ireland)

07897 611593 (From Isle of Man)

Homelessness and housing

Crisis

Visit the Crisis website to find the number for your local area

Shelter

0808 800 4444

Legal and rights

ACAS – employees helpline

0300 123 1100

Barka – Central and East European migrants’ rights

0800 171 2926

Cawn – Central America Women’s Network

0207 324 5065

Citizen’s Advice

03444 111 444

IKWRO – Middle Eastern and Afghan women’s rights and protection

07846 275246 (Kurdish / Arabic / English)
07846 310157 (Farsi / Dari / English)

Kalayaan – Migrant domestic workers

020 7243 2942 (Freephone)

Latin American Women’s Rights Service

084 4264 0682

Maternity Action – pregnancy discrimination and maternity benefits

020 7253 2288

Muslim Women’s Network

0800 999 5786 (Freephone)

Rights of Women

020 7251 6577 – family, criminal and immigration and asylum law

Mental health

Mind

0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)

Samaritans

116 123 (Freephone 24/7)