A black led women’s organisation providing specialist services to women in the North East of England. The Angelou Centre’s work includes, but is not limited to, information and guidance, outreach, groups, services, training, and volunteer opportunities. They provide individual support for women, education, childcare assistance, employability guidance, citizenship guidance and a helpful environment where women can support each other.
Freedom from Torture provides support to adults, young people and children who have survived torture and organised violence. The vast majority of Freedom from Torture clients are asylum seekers or refugees who have secured their status in the UK.
Offers a range of services for all gay and bisexual men (13+) and other men attracted to men. Telephone: 0191 233 1333
Offers support to children and young poeple who have experienced abuse and bareavement. Servcies are also available to non-abusing parents or carers. Telephone: 0191 212 0237
Offers helps to women and men who have been raped or sexually assaulted, aged 16 or over when the assault occurred. R.E.A.C.H is able to offer; access to a forensic medical examination (regardless of whether a person chooses to report to the police), practical support from an ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor) and counselling. Telephone: 0191 2219222
Relate offers counselling for those affected by abusive relationships, whether current or in the past. You can make an appointment for yourself, your children or for family counselling if you want to come together. Telephone: 0191 232 9101
Local, free and confidential advice, counselling, sexual health and support services for young people aged 13 – 25.
Tyneside & Northumberland Mind exists to promote positive mental health, providing flexible, responsive and sustainable support services. We put people first by involving service users, carers and local community. We do all this to make it possible for people who experience mental distress to live full lives and play their full part in society. We offer a range of services based on the Recovery model where all services are focused on improving and enhancing an individual’s wellbeing, based on the principles and practices of person centred planning and self-directed support.
For children and young people who are worried about anything, it could be something big or something small. The website gives infomration about Childline’s helpline and online support services including webchat.
Grace Northumberland Rape Crisis (Grace) is TRCC’s sister service. Grace offers, confidential services for women and girls who live work or study in Northumberland. Grace services are for women and girls over 16 who are survivors of sexual violence.
The leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. NSPCC help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening.
The website includes information about the organsation’s services including; counselling and helpline.
National charity and the umbrella body for our network of independent member Rape Crisis organisations.
On the Rape Crisis England & Wales Website website you will find: information about how to get help if you’ve experienced sexual violence, including details of your nearest Rape Crisis organisation; information for friends, partners, family and other people supporting or wanting to help a sexual violence survivor; more information about rape and other forms of sexual violence, including reports and stats that might be of use and interest to students, journalists etc.
Where to access support, information and temporary accommodation for women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
About our Organisation
Information about our services for women survivors of sexual violence.
Services for Professionals
Information about our specialist services for professionals.