SupportLine is a small national charity providing emotional support by telephone, email and post to children, young people and adults throughout the UK. The service is particularly aimed at those who are vulnerable, isolated, at risk and victims of any form of abuse.
SupportLine specialises in supporting adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and other issues we help with include depression, anxiety, mental health, domestic violence, self harm, eating disorders.
Our details are given to callers by a wide range of organisations and the media including BBC Audience Lines and the Jeremy Kyle Show and agony aunts who write for national papers and magazines. People also contact us who have been given our details by GPs, Social Workers, Community Mental Health Teams, Community Safety Units, Child Protection Units, Sapphire Units and Teachers.
SupportLine is urgently in need of funds to keep its vital services running. Further information can be found on www.supportline.org.uk