We understand that experiencing sexual misconduct including sexual harassment and sexual assault can be distressing and you may wish to access specialist support services to help you. 

Internal Support

Please note this route should not be used in an emergency or to report a crime, please see below for further information about how to do this.

If you would like specialist support in relation to sexual misconduct, sexual harm, sexual health or information about accessing the right services please request here with your details. In doing so, an advisor will contact you within 72 hours to arrange an appointment to discuss how best to support you. 

The counselling team are also available and can be contacted on 020 7873 7303 (9am to 5pm) or by email counsellor@ram.ac.uk

External Support

If you would like to access specialist external support please see information below:

Reporting a sexual offence to the police:

In an emergency contact 999 or for non-emergency contact 101

If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use textphone service 18000 or text us on 999 if you’ve pre-registered with the emergencySMS service.

Metropolitan Police Service - you can also find further information or report online.

Click for further information about:
How to report a crime
Rape and sexual assault
Stalking and harassment
Pornography and indecent images
Support for victims and witnesses of crime

British Transport Police

How to report a crime
If on public transport you can text on 61016 or download the free British Transport Police app by searching "Railway Guardian" on Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
How to deal with Sexual harassment on london transport.

Specialist Support Services

The Havens  020 3299 6900 (24 hours) - Havens are specialist centres across London where victims of rape and serious sexual assault can get support and advice.

NHS Sexual Health non-emergency contact 111 - National Health Service - access online or via your GP, Accident and Emergency or drop-in centres. 

London Rape Crisis Helpline: 0808 802 9999 - A national charity offering confidential help, advice and a range of Rape Crisis Centres around the UK.
Galop Helpline: 020 7704 2040 - A national charity providing advice and support to members of the LGBT community.

Victim Support Supportline: 0808 16 89 111 - A national charity dedicated to helping anyone affected by crime – not just victims and witnesses, but friends, family and anyone else involved.

Survivors UK online chat or chat via sms text 020 3322 1860 - A national charity supporting men, boys and non-binary who have been raped or sexually assaulted.

Safeline 01926 402 498 - A specialist sexual violence and abuse charity led by the needs of its clients.

Revenge Porn Helpline (10am-4pm Monday - Friday) - A UK service supporting adults (aged 18+) who are experiencing intimate image abuse

The Survivors Trust helpline 08088 010818 - National Umbrella Organisation for Specialist Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Services.

Crimestoppers 100% anonymous 0800 555 111 - A national charity with a free helpline for reporting crime anonymously.

Refuge 0808 2000 247 - Refuge supports women, children and men with a range of services, including refuges, independent advocacy, community outreach and culturally specific services.

Women's Aid - A national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children.

Men's Advice Line 0808 801 0327 - Confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members).

Samaritans – Helpline: 116 123 (24 hours) - to make sure there's always someone there for anyone who needs someone.

Sexual Health Clinics London

Search on NHS for locations

Nearby clinic at Jefferiss Wing Centre for Sexual Health, St Mary's Hospital, Praed Street, W2 1NY

Nearby clinic at Mortimer Market Centre, near UCLH. Capper Street, of Tottenham Court Road, WC1E 6JB

Free Young Peoples Sexual Health Clinic

Contact 111, your GP or Paddington Green Health Centre for advice

Central and North West London Sexual Health

56 Dean street - sexual health clinic and advice for the LGBTQI+ community 

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