Chat rooms for survivor of sexual abuse

You will not be required to provide any identifying information unless you choose to.

If the crisis counselor has reason to believe that a life-endangering situation exists (harm to self or others) you will be asked to provide your identifying information.

1 in 4 women are survivors of rape or sexual abuse, that’s 8 million women in the UK.

Safeline have over 20 years’ experience of supporting women while they rebuild their lives.

No matter who you are or how your life has been impacted by these issues, please get in touch with us. People react to traumatic events in all manner of complex ways and you may feel fear, shame, anger, disgust, guilt, numbness, have nightmares or flashbacks.Here at we continually gather materials that may be useful to those who have experienced childhood abuse.In this section of our site you will find: helpful books, articles, crisis hotlines and links to other useful resources for both survivors and loved ones.Our team of specialist staff have a caring and non-judgemental approach and there are a range of ways in which we can support you: Helpline and Online Support Services – Our friendly helpline and online staff are here to listen to you, via telephone, email, text message and online chat.The Online Hotline works like other instant messaging and online chat systems, but with enhanced security measures.