- Women's Aid (England): the national domestic violence charity that co-ordinates and supports a network of over 500 local services and provides a Freephone 24 hour Helpline (run in partnership with Refuge). 0808 2000 247
- White Ribbon UK: campaign led by men who condemn violence against women and take action to tackle it.
- Men's Advice Line: confidential helpline for all men experiencing domestic violence by a current or ex-partner. Offers emotional support, practical advice and information on a wide range of services for further help and support. 0808 801 0327
- Respect: information and advice line for people who are concerned about their violence and/or abuse towards their partners and the want to change. 0845 122 8609
- Justice4victims: informs victims of crime of their rights and the motivations of their offenders, as well as helping them to find the support they need.
- Rights of Women: provide free, confidential legal advice to women via their legal advice lines. For free, confidential, legal advice on family law including domestic violence, divorce and relationship breakdown, children and contact issues call 020 7251 6577. For free, confidential, legal advice on sexual violence, criminal, immigration and asylum law please call 020 7251 8887.
- Counselling Directory: provides the UK with a huge counselling support network, enabling those in distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate for their needs.
- Domestic Violence Coordinators Network: offers a hub for all those working in partnership on the issues of domestic violence.
- Bede House Association (Southwark): have caseworkers supporting survivors of domestic abuse, including a caseworker working on LGBT domestic abuse & Hate Crime, who offer practical and emotional support. 020 7237 9162 (DV) 020 7232 1107 (LGBT)
- Galop: works to prevent and challenge homophobic and transphobic hate crime in London. 020 7704 2040 (helpline)
- Mosaic Youth: offers a safe space to meet for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or think they might be, aged 13 to 19 and participate in interesting activities.
- FTM London: diverse and exciting group that offers support as well as information, resources and friendly networking for the FTM community.
- Alternative Family Law: website has a wealth of free information on family law including domestic violence, and in a whole section on lesbian and gay family law issues.
- Standing Together Against Domestic Violence: to advance the education of voluntary and statutory agencies and the public in all aspects of domestic violence, including without limit, its causes and prevention and the relief of its consequences. Works with statutory and voluntary sector agencies only.
South West England
- The Butterfly Foundation (Bournemouth): works with male and female survivors towards raising awareness of domestic abuse.
South East England
- Gires: provides information and education, based on research into gender variance, for all those who can improve the circumstances in which transgender people live, including politicians, policy makers, service providers in the public and private sectors, employers, the media and families.
- Nottinghamshire's Rainbow Heritage: to celebrate and record Nottinghamshire's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender lives, hidden history and culture.
- Leicester Domestic Violence Forum Partnership (LDVFP): the Forum works in partnership with DV support services in Leicester to provide the following: Confidential DV Helpline, Outreach and Housing Related Support Services, Sexual Violence Support Services and signposting to other support services within the city.
- Walsall Domestic Violence Forum: striving to put domestic abuse on the public agenda, co-ordinating the work of those agencies providing information and support for sufferers of domestic abuse, and look at the positive alternatives for both sufferers and perpetrators.
- WAASP: they promote equality and eliminate discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and trans-gender community by offering support, advancing education and raising awareness of issues affecting them.
- Shelter Cymru: is the leading housing and homelessness charity in Wales and works for the prevention of homelessness, the improvement of housing conditions, and the right of everyone to a safe, suitable and affordable home. 0845 075 5005
- Eighteen And Under: offers confidential support and information to any young person, aged 18 and under, who has experienced sexual, physical or emotional abuse.
- LGBT Youth Scotland: national charity that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people.
- Highland LGBT Forum: aiming to promote the mental, physical and social wellbeing of LGBT people in the Scottish Highlands & Islands by providing social support, information and events.
- Nexus Institute: providing an effective professional counselling service in the interest of those in need. Increasing awareness of the issue of sexual abuse and its consequences among adult survivors through research, public awareness and information services, through out Northern Ireland.
- LASI: works to improve the quality of life and enhance the voices of lesbians and bisexual women and our families.