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NAPAC (National Association of People Abused in Childhood)

Offers information, support and advice for people who were victims of any type of abuse in childhood.

Online resources such as:

The Legal Process Explained

Self-Help Books

Grounding Techniques

Untangling the Web of Confusion

Rights of Women: Report to Court: A Handbook for Adult Survivors of Sexual Violence

NAPAC, PO Box 63632, London, SW9 1BF
0800 801 331 (Monday – Thursday, 10am - 9pm & Friday 10am - 6pm)

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Abuse can be physical, psychological, financial, sexual, discriminatory, neglect or institutional. If you suspect or know of an adult who is being abused or is suspected of being abused you should report it to the Councils Safeguarding Adults Team.
Child abuse is the physical or psychological mistreatment of a child by his or her parents (including adoptive parents), guardians, or other adults.
Services which offer a helpline for providing support in a crisis and/or information and advice.
In the common law, legal advice is the giving of a formal opinion regarding the substance or procedure of the law by an officer of the court (such as solicitor or barrister), ordinarily in exchange for financial or other tangible compensation.
Resources related to, or offering, literature and audio/visual materials related to mental health.
Services only available to women.