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You can report non-urgent crime online, by phone or at your local police station. 

Tell the police online or by phone: 

To report crime anonymously: 

Call 999 if someone is in danger. 

Mental health support 


Provides support and information if you're experiencing a mental health problem. 

Visit the Mind website, or call 030 0123 3393

The Samaritans

Talk to a Samaritan on the phone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  

Visit the Samaritans website, or call 116 123


Provides free digital mental wellbeing support for adults. 

Visit the Qwell website.

Young Minds

Provides mental health support for young people and their parents or guardians. 

Visit the Young Minds website


A mental health support app which allows you to connect anonymously with peers trained to support you.  

Download the Wisdo app

Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) and domestic abuse support 

Rape Crisis

Provides specialist services to those affected by sexual violence and abuse. 

Visit the Rape Crisis website, or call 080 8802 9999

The National Domestic Violence Helpline

Supports women experiencing any kind of domestic abuse. They can also give advice about how to support someone. 

Visit the National Domestic Violence Helpline website, or call 080 8200 0247, 24 hours a day 365 days a year. 

Victim Support

Provides specialist support to victims of crime and traumatic incidents. 

Visit the Victim Support website, or call 080 8168 9111

National Ugly Mugs (NUM)

Provides greater access to justice and protection for sex workers. 

Visit the National Ugly Mugs (NUM) website, or call 016 1629 9881 or 080 0464 7669.  

Beyond The Streets

Provides free, confidential phone support for women in the sex industry.

Visit the Beyond the Streets website, or call 080 0133 7870

Unseen's modern slavery helpline

Provides information, advice and guidance about any modern slavery issue to potential victims and survivors, the public, statutory agencies such as the NHS and police and businesses.

Visit Unseen's modern slavery website, or call 080 0012 1700

Hate crime support 

Greenwich Inclusion Project (GrIP)

A community organisation which challenges racism by promoting fairness, respect, inclusion and change. You can report a hate crime or discrimination on their website.

Visit the GrIP website, or call 020 3747 9862

Metro Gad

Provides help for victims of disability hate crime. They also provide advice and information, advocacy and volunteering opportunities for disabled people. 

Visit the Metro Gad website, or call 020 8305 2221

Stop Hate UK

An anti-hate and anti-discrimination organisation. They can provide help to report a hate crime and get support before, during and after.

Visit the Hate Crime UK website, or call 0800 138 1625

Homelessness support 

Woolwich Service Users Project (WSUP)

A drop in centre where guests can get hot food, get their laundry done, use the shower or get involved with activities. 

Visit the WSUP website

Go to the WSUP drop in centre: 

107 Brookhill Road 
London, SE18 6BJ 

St Mungo's

Provides support for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. 

Visit the St Mungo's website, or call 020 3856 6000


Helps people with housing problems to understand their rights and get the support they need. 

Visit the Shelter website, or call 080 8800 4444


Works side by side with people as they find ways out of homelessness. 

Visit the Crisis website, or call 030 0636 1967

Salvation Army

Provides help and advice on a wide range of community issues and needs. 

Visit the Salvation Army website, or call 020 7367 4500


provides expert support and helps homeless young people secure housing.  

Visit the Centrepoint website, or call 080 8800 0661


Connects people sleeping rough to local support services. 

Visit the StreetLink website

Drug and alcohol support 


A charity that offers free, confidential support to adults and young people with issues around alcohol and drug use. 

Visit the Via website, or call 020 7421 3100

Children's charities 


There to support and listen to young people with whatever's on their mind.

Visit the Childline website, or call 0800 1111


A charity which protects and supports children with many different challenges. 

Visit the Barnardo's website

LGBTQ+ support 

Stonewall Housing

Supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ+) people in the UK who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness or living in an unsafe home.  

Visit the Stonewall Housing website, or call 080 0640 4404

Switchboard LGBT+

Provides a one-stop listening service for LGBT+ people on the phone, by email and through instant messaging. 

Visit the Switchboard website, or call 080 0011 9100

Star Support

An accommodation and community support service for LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic abuse. 

Visit the Star Support website