Hollaback! Nottingham is and advocate against street harassment. We are not counsellors. Sharing your story of harassment can help reduce long term trauma, but if you need further assistance and counselling, we’ve compiled a list of resources in the Greater Nottinghamshire area.
Nottingham Women’s Centre aims to offer a safe environment for all women to come together to gain confidence, develop skills, take part in training, get support and organise groups, activities and services.
Telephone: 0115 941 1475
9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday
Nottingham Women’s Centre,
30 Chaucer Street,
Nottingham Rape Crisis Centre (NRCC) is a registered charity that supports women over the age of 16 in the Nottingham area who have suffered any form of sexual violence. This can range from rape, childhood sexual abuse, drug rape and sexual assault to indecent assault. Support is given for both recent and historical incidents.
Women’s Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) are a free, confidential and independent charity working with women and their children who have been affected by domestic abuse. With have over 30 years experience WAIS are passionate about helping women and their children to stay as safe as possible and to recover from the harm of domestic abuse.
24 Hour Freephone Helpline: 0808 800 0340
WAIS (Women’s Aid Integrated Services)
30 Chaucer Street
Nottingham NG1 5LP
POW Nottingham Ltd is a non-profit, voluntary organisation supporting the rights of sex workers and those at risk of being exploited. POW recognises and supports the rights of individual sex workers to self determination. This includes the right to remain in sex work or leave sex work. POW aims to empower our diverse community focusing on ending violence and stigma through education, advocacy and peer support.
Changing Lives is a national, registered charity which provides specialist support services for thousands of vulnerable people and their families, every month.Through our pioneering and innovative work we support people to make positive, lasting changes in their lives.
We work with people experiencing homelessness, addiction and a range of other problems by reaching out in to our communities. We offer specialist support services for women and families and provide employment opportunities for our clients.
The LGBT Switchboard aims to provide information and support for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans and their relations, families, friends and colleagues. They aim to maintain the most comprehensive and up-to-date database of relevant information for the area we serve and work with organisations which have overlapping aims. They also provide training and support for our volunteers and, where appropriate, for other organisations.
Base 51 supports young people aged between 12 – 25, providing easy access to services including: Health, Counselling, Housing Advice and Support, Learning Support, Support for young parents, Practical support such as affordable meals, and Free laundry and showers.