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The Openness Project Helpline


About The Openness Project Helpline

Our Helpline provides free and confidential support and information by phone. We are here for anyone in England who may require support in the after math of sexual violence, rape or coercion.

When you contact us you will talk with one of our trained and supportive volunteers who will collaborate with you to find solutions while giving you an empathetic and compassionate ear. They have expertise and understanding in how to support anyone going through the aftermath of this trauma. Anyone may call and get support and we help anyone, regardless of gender, religious views, or nationality.

Where is The Openness Project Helpline available?

Available nationwide in England

Who does The Openness Project Helpline support?


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Accessibility notes

Service supporting anyone who is impacted by sexual violence, rape or coercion. Both helplines run from 6:30pm to 9:00pm Monday to Friday. Our trained volunteers endeavour to cover as many evenings as possible, but please ring to find out the up-to-date schedule. Alternative phone number: 01227 450 400 (Support Line) / 0800 458 2818 (Crisis Line)

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