When you need help or information sometimes it is difficult to know where to turn. Here are a list of organisations who may be able to supply you with the support you need.
- Devon County Council
- Devon Community Directory
- Devon Partnership NHS Trust
- Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council - Call: 01392 314629 Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm
- Safeguarding adults in Devon
- Cornwall County Council
- Cornwall Partnership NHS Trust
- Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Family Information Service Directory
- The council for Racial Equality in Cornwall
- Safeguarding adults in Cornwall
Isle of scilly
- Plymouth online directory
- Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council - Call: 01752 224 555 Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm.
- Plymouth NHS
- ABF The soldiers' charity
- HM Prison Service (Public sector prisons)
- The Royal British Legion
- Veterans uk Free help and advice for those who served in the armed forces. Call the veterans UK helpline 0808 1914218
- Victim Support is a national charity for victims of crime in England and Wales.
- Bully free zone
- Local Heroes is an education initiative, delivered through schools, to change young people’s attitudes and inspire them to become responsible citizens that make a positive contribution to society. Roadshows help to raise awareness of hate crime and give young people the confidence to recognise, challenge and report it.
- Stop Hate UK is a charity that provides independent and confidential support to people affected by all forms of hate crime.
- True vision - Stop Hate Crime "Have you or someone you know been a victim of a hate crime or hate incident?Hate crimes and incidents come in many different forms. It can be because of hatred on the grounds of your race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability."
- Stonewall: The lesbian, gay and bisexual charity on hate crime.
- Transfigurations: is a transgender support group based in the South West of the UK which was set up to help all transgender people (transsexual, transvestite, intersex, genderqueer, trans youth etc.) come to terms with our gender identity and provide a meeting place where we can feel safe and explore our feelings about ourselves.