Get Help

If you are in immediate danger you can contact the police by dialling 999. They have a duty to help and protect you.

If you have an urgent medical issue your options are Accident & Emergency (A&E) and Emergency GP appointments.

For urgent medical advice you can call the NHS on 111.

You can find the location of your nearest Sexual Assault Referral Centre at the following link

If you would like support from women@thewell please drop in, call or email us via the contact form below.

Other sources of support:

Samaritans provide a listening service 24 hours a day, it's free from all phones on 116 123

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Mind offer a range of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties, they have local branches across London and the UK.

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Salvation Army confidential Referral Helpline on 0300 303 8151 24 hours a day for victims of Trafficking and Modern Slavery.

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Women’s Aid 24hr Domestic Violence Helpline  can help if you are fleeing domestic violence. Freephone: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)

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Beyond Support is a free & confidential call-back service for women in the sex industry 0800 133 7870

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Streetlink works to support rough sleepers to access local services.

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