Rape Crisis operate drop-in centres for women and girls who have experienced sexual violence, and they also offer advice on where else you can find support.
Victim Support offer a range of serviced for anyone who has been affected by crime, including sexual violence and abuse.
The MSP work with male survivors of sexual abuse to help them get their lives back on track following abuse.
Survivors UK offer various means of support for male survivors of sexual abuse and rape.
The Survivors Trust can help anyone affected by sexual abuse or rape find an agency near them nationally.
Child Exploitation & Online Protection Command is an NCA service that allows anyone to anonymously report any suspected abuse of children.
Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation offer advice to parents and professionals to raise awareness of sexual exploitation and provide guidance and training on what to do if you suspect a child is at risk.
Mothers of Sexually Abused Children is a charity aimed at providing emotional support and guidance to parents - and families - where a child has been sexually abused.
The National Self-harm Network is an online peer-support forum for anyone who is self-harming or anyone who is affected by self-harm (family and friends).
Childline operate a free, confidential helpline for children looking for emotional suppport.
0800 11 11
The NSPCC operate a confidential helpline for anyone wishing to report suspected child abuse.
0808 800 5000
The National Domestic Violence Helpline is a free, 24 hour helpline run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge, offering advice and support.
0808 200 247