Advice and support
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is an independent body aiming to eliminate discrimination. The Commission offers information and advice on: Your rights as a user of public services Housing Travel Adjustments for people with a disability Dealing with discrimination
0808 800 0082
The Ministry of Justice provides information on where to find prisons in the UK and advice on where to find support for victims and witnesses of crime.
Victim Support offers confidential emotional and practical support to witnesses and victims of crime and information on services available in your local area. The normal opening hours for the Supportline are: • 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday• 9am - 7pm weekends• 9am - 5pm bank holidays The…
TGPALS offers confidential peer mentoring, post-op buddy service and life coaching to transgender, transexual, gender assigned incongruent, transvestite, cross-dresser, intersex, gender questioning or any actual or perceived gender variance. Families and partners are also warmly welcomed. TGPALS also offers Advocacy. Sometimes you may feel you are not being listened…
Fflag is a national charity that supports families and friends of lesbian, gay and bisexual people.
A confidential helpline for men experiencing violence and abuse in relationships and families. The advisers have been trained to support Gay, Bisexual Transgender people. The website offers information and advice on how you must cover your internet tracks from your abuser and stay safe from harm.
Travellers' Times provides information on health services accessible to the travelling community and advice about staying safe. It also offers a regional directory of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller organisations.