Whilst we aim to provide you with the highest level of legal representation we also recognise the need for appropriate professional and informal support.
As part of our holistic approach we will encourage you to seek help from both local and national support groups, who have a specialist expertise in supporting survivors of sexual abuse and neglect.
As we have contact with many of these organisations, we can make initial contact with them on your behalf if you wish.
See a list of available support groups below.
The Stop Church Child Abuse campaign is an alliance of clergy sexual abuse survivors, charities that support survivors, specialist lawyers and interested individuals working in the field of child safeguarding.
MACSAS supports women and men who have been sexually abused, as children
or adults, by ministers, clergy or others under the guise of the Church.
NAPAC offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect.
TAG promotes education and raises awareness in the fields of dissociation, attachment, trauma and abuse recovery.
RASASC is an independent organisation based in Croydon providing a high standard of professional support to survivors of sexual violence.
The Survivors Trust is a national umbrella agency for over 130 specialist voluntary sector agencies providing a range of counselling, therapeutic and support services working with women, men and children who are victims/survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse.
Provides support for adult women who were sexually abused as children. Highlights awareness of the long term impact of such abuse and the need for adequate, timely and appropriate services for child victims and adult survivors (male and female). Offering group meetings for adult survivors (women).
The Care Leavers Association is a not-for-profit organization, run by care leavers for care leavers. All individuals over the age of 18 with experience of being in care are entitled to full membership. We work for the benefit of all care leavers, of any age.
West Yorkshire Survivors deliver support services to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse their partners and supporters regardless of gender via the provision of workshops, user led self help projects, information and support across west Yorkshire.