Unfortunately, violence is still part of our society and can affect people of all ages, men, women and children. You're more likely to be the victim of violence if you're a young man, but domestic violence, sexual violence and abuse can happen to anyone. This section has links to sources of support if you've been a victim of any such violence.
The helpline provides a 24 hour, bilingual information signposting service, to help and guide people with experience of domestic abuse or sexual violence and might be in need of advice, emergency support, safety, and knowledge of their rights and options.
New Pathways offers help, support and counselling for the victims of rape and sexual abuse. It has one of the two Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC) in Wales, and apart from the helpline open to all, it offers counselling through outreach work across South Wales.
The Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre is there to help victims of rape or sexual abuse in North West Wales. Limited helpline service, but messages can be left and support offered.
Help for men who've been raped or have experienced rape or sexual abuse.
If your under 18 and worried about anything, you can get help day or night by phoning Childline Cymru for free or by going to their website for more information about how they can help you. The adults who answer your calls are there to help you with any problem in your life. If you're hard of hearing, you can also use a text phone on the number given.
A network which aims to empower and support all victims of sexual abuse or assault, by providing a collective voice and peer support.
Rape Crisis co-ordinates rape crisis centres across Wales and England, giving help, support and avdice to those who've been the victim of rape.
An organisation dedicated to helping the victims of crime, they have local teams there to help if you've been affected in any way.