Galop is an anti-violence charity. We work in London with everyone who has experienced homophobia, transphobia and biphobia, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We also work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and trans people who have experienced prejudice, but who would prefer to talk to an LGBTQ organisation about it.
We have specialist caseworkers who offer support, advocacy and information helping people get what they need at this moment in their lives, with dignity and respect. Our helpline and advocacy services are free. If you would like our help, want some advice or you’re not sure, give us a try – we’d like to hear from you.
If you feel something wrong or bad has happened to you, or you’ve experienced sexual violence or assault or you’re not sure but worried, then talk to Galop. Galop provides a free, confidential and independent service to all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across London who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or violence, however or whenever it happened.
Galop has a specialist Sexual Abuse Caseworker who offers in-depth and on-going advocacy, listening and support in an informed, non-judgemental way as people come to terms with what they’ve experienced and deal with whatever issues it raises for them and their lives. Galop’s service is based on the values of inclusion and empowerment and aims to be personal, accessible and actively trans inclusive. Galop caseworkers can also help you report to the police if you want to (anonymously or not) and find the right counselling, housing, health or other support that you need.
Contact Galop’s advice line on: 020 7704 2040
Contact us online at: www.galop.org.uk