We recognise the value that specialist organisations provide for those affected by unacceptable behaviour, violence and harassment. 
Please find a list of national services below that you or someone you are close to may wish to access-
  • Citizens Advice provides some information if you’re being bullied or harassed at work

  • The Samaritans provide emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Call 116 123, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

  •  OK Rehab - Drug & Alcohol Rehab | UK Treatment  specialises in local drug and alcohol rehab and addiction treatment

  • See Me  See Me is Scotland's Programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. 

  • Young Minds has put together a blog on how to deal with bullying at College 

  • RespectMe Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service, includes support for online bullying 

  • LGBTYouth Scotland Scotland’s national charity for LGBTI young people has a number of groups covering a wide section of the LGBTI community. They provide a safe and comfortable environment for people who may feel isolated, are coming out or are new to the area. 

  • West of Scotland regional Equality Council (WSREC)  represents the many needs of our diverse minority ethnic communities 

  • Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA)GDA is a thriving disabled people led organisation with 5000 members across Greater Glasgow 

  • ACAS  Acas gives employees and employers free, impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice 

  • Police Scotland Hate Crime Reporting If they have been targeted because of their disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity, or they are aware of someone else being targeted, they can report it here. 

  • SAMH Scotland’s National Mental Health Charity

  • Mermaids have been helping gender-diverse kids, young people and their families since 1995

  • Galop is a charity that supports lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people affected by sexual and domestic violence. 

  • Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone with a scar, mark or condition on their face or body that makes them look different.


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