I thought it would be helpful to have a page for male survivors to find help and information.
If you know of any other resources, please let me know by using the form on the “Contact us” page.
A charity based in Warwick, providing many services for people who have experienced or who are at risk of sexual abuse. Safeline also provides the National Telephone Helpline for Male Survivors on 0808 800 5005
“At SurvivorsUK we know male sexual abuse has profound effects on those who experience it and can deeply affect their mental health and relationships. But we are here to help sexually abused men as well as their friends and family, no matter when the abuse happened, and challenge the silence and attitudes”. SurvivorsUK run the National Online Helpline for Male Survivors find them here Online helpline
The Male Survivors Partnership website is “a space that’s been developed to provide information and support to organisations working with male victims/survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation; and provide male survivors themselves with a single point reference to national and local support services”.
Includes, “The Humen Space”, “Anonymous and non-clinical safe spaces for men to talk, listen and connect on a regular basis across the UK.”
Supporting male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Support for survivors, run by survivors.
Based in Brighton, Mankind provides support for men affected by unwanted sexual experiences.
Don’t Panic, We’re Here and Not Going Anywhere
These are strange times, there’s no disputing that, but we will get through this. Our work has focused on supporting individuals to #BreakTheSilence and this is no different.
If you have any queries or worries, you can talk to any of the team, but as the Operations Director, Chris is always available to sort out anything that needs sorting.
Remember, WE ARE MALE SURVIVORS and WE DESERVE TO BE OK!
We’re all in this together at Survivors Manchester and we’ll all come out of it stronger together
Stay safe, follow the rules and be kind to yourself and each other. (A message from the CEO, Duncan)
“Victims no longer“, by Mike Lew
My thanks to Alex Feis-Bryce and to Greg for their suggestions