Freeva Helpline: 0808 802 0028 | 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247

Search

Resources

Whether you are looking for information for yourself or others, browse our resource library for posters, booklets and information leaflets.

Leaflets

To find out more about our ISVA service and the support we can provide, please download a copy of our lSVA leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

The aftermath of sexual assault can be traumatic and confusing. Many people share the same questions and concerns.

We have composed a document of frequently asked questions about our ISVA service, including information about what happens if you decide to report, the court process and information for family and friends.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

CHISVA’s are specialist Independent Sexual Violence Advisers, who can help and support children and young people, under 18 years of age, if they have experienced rape, sexual abuse, or sexual exploitation.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

Are you worried about a friend or family member? This guide provides tips and advice for people who have a friend, family member, neighbour or colleague who they think may be in a relationship with a partner or an adult family member who has been abusive towards them.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

For further information about the services and support we offer, please download our Freeva leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

Resources

To find out more about our ISVA service and the support we can provide, please download a copy of our lSVA leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

The aftermath of sexual assault can be traumatic and confusing. Many people share the same questions and concerns.

We have composed a document of frequently asked questions about our ISVA service, including information about what happens if you decide to report, the court process and information for family and friends.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

CHISVA’s are specialist Independent Sexual Violence Advisers, who can help and support children and young people, under 18 years of age, if they have experienced rape, sexual abuse, or sexual exploitation.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

Are you worried about a friend or family member? This guide provides tips and advice for people who have a friend, family member, neighbour or colleague who they think may be in a relationship with a partner or an adult family member who has been abusive towards them.

For further information, please download our leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

For further information about the services and support we offer, please download our Freeva leaflet or, if you require immediate support, please ring our helpline 0808 802 0028.

Looking for support? Call our helpline today.

Our Services

Services for those Affected

If you are currently experiencing, or have previously experienced, domestic violence, rape or sexual assault, we are here to support you. We understand how you may be feeling and we can help.

Step up dads programme_green

Are you hurting the one you love? Find out more about our specialist programmes available for those wanting to change their behaviour, and looking to develop safer, loving and respectful relationships.

Supporting Others

How to Support Others

We know it can be difficult to know what to say when you suspect someone you know may be a victim of domestic abuse, sexual abuse or rape. We can talk you through some steps you can take to support a loved one.

Are you hurting the one you love?

Recent Blogs

What is Sexual Abuse

Tom’s Story

Tom grew concerned about his best friend, Alex, after he didn’t show up for his birthday party and distanced himself from all his friends. Find out how Tom saved Alex from an abusive relationship with the help and support of Freeva.

Read this Article →
Skip to content