You might have needs that are best met by other organisations. Here is some information about other services that may be useful.
The Rape Crisis Scotland helpline is open every night from 6pm until midnight on 08088 010302.
You can contact the Samaritans 24 hours a day on 116 123.
If you are worried you might harm yourself, you can also text the Papyrus Text-line on 07860039967.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse, you can get in touch with Women’s Aid in your local area. If you aren’t sure which Women’s Aid group is closest to you, can call the Scottish Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline 24 hours a day on 0800 0271234 or visit:
For information about your local Women’s Aid group, visit:
For anyone of any gender who has experienced childhood sexual abuse, the Moira Anderson Foundation has counselling services. Visit:
If you are a woman between the age of 13 and 25 who has experienced sexual violence and is at risk of homelessness, you can get in touch with Say Women at:
If you are looking for support surrounding your experiences of selling or exchanging sex online, you can contact Click at:
For support with your sexuality and gender identity, you can speak to:
LGBT Youth Scotland
LGBT Health and Wellbeing
Gendered Intelligence have great information for young people with trans identities:
If you are having issues with your mental heath, there are plenty of organisations that can help! These are just a few that we know of:
Glasgow Association for Mental Health
Lifelink delivers free counselling services:
Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis has a partnership with GEMPAP to provide financial advice to survivors of sexual violence. You can speak to your Rosey Project support worker about this or go to their website at:
In Glasgow, you can access all sexual health services through the Sandyford at: