• Details

  • Organisation Name
    Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity. (Broken Rainbow)
  • Basic description
    Emotional and practical support for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse. Abuse isn’t always physical- it can be psychological, emotional, financial and sexual too. Speak out, don’t suffer in silence.

    Opening Times:

    10am – 8pm Monday
    10am – 5pm Tuesday
    10am – 5pm Wednesday
    10am – 8pm Thursday
    1pm – 5pm Friday

    1pm – 5pm Tuesday is trans specific service.

    London LGBT Anti-violence Advice

    T: 0207 704 2040
    E: referrals@galop.org.uk

    Advice and support for LGBT people who have experienced any kind of violence, including homophobic, biphobic and transphobic harassment and hate crime, sexual violence and domestic abuse.

    Opening Times:

    10am – 4pm Monday
    10am – 4pm Tuesday
    1:30pm – 4pm Wednesday
    10am – 4pm Thursday
    10pm – 4pm Friday

    Galop is the LGBT anti-violence charity, making life safe, just and fair for LGBT people.

    Our Services
    Support and advice for people who have experienced hate crime, domestic abuse or sexual violence
    Specialist advocacy and support
    Help in reporting or getting what you need from police and other agencies
    Advice on the law and how the police work
    Applying for financial compensation for victims of crime
    Police complaints
    Broken Rainbow is the only UK organisation dedicated to confronting and eliminating domestic violence within and against the LGBT communities. Our objective is to relieve the distress caused to lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people by domestic violence, in particular by doing the following: 1. Raising awareness in the LGBT communities and elsewhere of the impact of homophobic, transphobic, biphobic and same sex domestic violence on the lives of LGBT people; 2. Offering advice, support and referral services to LGBT people experiencing homophobic, transphobic, biphobic and same sex domestic violence; 3. Offering information, advice and training to people who are responsible for domestic violence policy and practice in mainstream and specialist organisations, or who are otherwise involved with the survivors and perpetrators of those suffering from domestic violence or abuse, with a view to increasing the safety and well-being of LGBT people who experience such violence or abuse.
  • Services we provide
    Domestic Abuse
    Emotional Abuse
    Physical Abuse
  • Clients we support
    Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT)
  • Helpline Number
    0300 999 5428
  • Our website
  • Support email
  • Verification Information

  • NSN Verified

The National Survivors Network has been setup to provide peer support for adult survivors of childhood abuse.   Membership is open to anyone to gain an understanding of peer support.

As a member you can access:

  • Support Network of peers, professionals & supporters.
  • One on One or Group chat with peers.
  • Support groups. view groups

All the services we proved are based on peer support.   more about peer support here.