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THAT GUY

If you have seen a show with us recently and have been affected by any of the issues raised in That Guy, or you just want to find out more, please see below for some more information.

Women's Aid provides a wide range of resources to help women and young people:
Telephone: 0808 200 0247
Email: helpline@womensaid.org.uk
Website: www.womensaid.org.uk

The Men's Advice Line is a confidential helpline for all men experiencing domestic violence by a current or ex-partner. They provide emotional support and practical advice, and can give you details of specialist services that can give you advice on legal, housing, child contact, mental health and other issues:
Telephone: 0808 801 0327
Email: info@mensadviceline.org.uk
Website: www.mensadviceline.org.uk

The National Stalking Helpline can provide advice on how to deal with any type of stalking behaviour. This includes advice on how to report the behaviour to the police, and what you can expect if you report something:
Telephone: 0808 802 0300
Email: advice@stalkinghelpline.org
Website: www.stalkinghelpline.org

Respect Phoneline offers information and advice to men and women in heterosexual or same-sex relationships who want to stop their violent behaviour:
Telephone: 0808 802 4040
Email: info@respectphoneline.org.uk
Website: www.respectphoneline.org.uk

Galop provides support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people experiencing domestic violence:
Telephone: 0800 999 5428
Website: https://www.galop.org.uk

Childline - a free, private and confidential service where you can be you. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, however you want to get in touch.
Telephone: 0800 1111
Website: https://childline.org.uk

RASASC's aim is to support all male and female survivors of rape and sexual abuse in Surrey and the surrounding areas.
Telephone: 01483 546400
Website: https://www.rasasc.org

Broken Rainbow's objective is to relieve the distress and suffering caused to lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people by domestic violence and abuse.
Telephone: 0300 999 5428
Email: mail@broken-rainbow.org.uk
Website: http://www.broken-rainbow.co.uk/index.html

LOSING IT

If you have seen a show with us recently and have been affected by any of the issues raised in Losing It, or you just want to find out more, please see below for some more information.

Childline provide support to young people who have concerns about themselves or their friends. They are trained listeners who will never break you confidentiality and will never judge. They are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. You can either call them on 0800 1111 or you can talk to them online at www.childline.org.uk

The first Rape Crisis centre opened in 1973. Since then, Rape Crisis Centres have been providing frontline specialist, independent and confidential services for women and girls of all ages who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives - www.rapecrisis.org.uk

Mermaids is passionate about supporting children, young people, and their families to achieve a happier life in the face of great adversity. They work to raise awareness about gender nonconformity in children and young people amongst professionals and the general public, as well as providing emotional support and a helping hand to teenagers struggling to with transgender issues - www.mermaidsuk.org.uk/index.php

With the digital world changing all the time, how can you make sure you're staying safe? Whether you’re an online expert or you’re not sure where to start, the NSPCC's tools and advice will help you keep yourself safe and secure while traversing the web - www.nspcc.org.uk

Sex, etc is a comprehensive, fully-loaded manual to sex, relationships and sexual health, answering the questions you never thought to ask, perhaps felt too nervous to ask and providing you with the information that may prove too cringe-worthy to quiz your teacher about - www.sexetc.org

BGIOK - "being gay is okay" - provides practical advice and information about homosexuality, and cutting through the stereotypes and negativity which surround it. BGIOK aims to help young people feel better about their sexuality and about the person they are beyond that - www.bgiok.org.uk

HIDDEN

If you have seen a show with us recently and have been affected by any of the issues raised in Hidden, or you just want to find out more, please see below for some more information.

www.selfharm.co.uk - This is a website developed by someone who used to self-harm. It provides lots of support and information including access to ‘Alumina’ which is a 6-week online programme to help you overcome self-harm. You can self-refer.

www.youngminds.org.uk - Young Minds are a charity which focus on young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. Their site includes downloadable information leaflets on a range of topics, including self-harm, aimed at both young people and adults.

Childline - Childline provide support to young people who have concerns about themselves or their friends. They are trained listeners who will never break you confidentiality and will never judge. They are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. You can either call them on 0800 1111 or you can talk to them online at www.childline.org.uk

www.nshn.co.uk - National Self-harm Network is an online forum which aims to support and provide information for individuals who self-harm and their families and Empower and enable those that self-harm to seek alternatives to self-harm and further help where appropriate.

www.riseabove.org.uk - Rise Above is an NHS developed young people’s website designed to build emotional and physical resilience on a variety of issues.

www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk - Self Injury Support (formerly Bristol Crisis Service for Women) is a national organisation that supports girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm. They have carried out extensive research with women who self-injure, and through their work they have developed a deep understanding of the reasons individuals harm themselves and of the things they may find helpful or supportive. They also have a wide experience of the concerns and needs of workers in different settings and disciplines, and in developing good working practice.

www.thesite.org/mental-health/self-harm - thesite.org is the online guide to life for 16-25 year olds in the UK. They provide non-judgemental support and information on everything from sex and exam stress to debt and drugs and have specific pages related to mental health and self-harm.

www.inourhands.com -Dr. Pooky Knightsmith’s own website providing details of her accessible mental health training for schools, parents and students.

www.cwt.org.uk - Charlie Waller Memorial Trust website with support and further information about depression and related issues including self-harm