If you or someone you know has been a victim of anti-LGBTQ+ hate crime, there are organisations to help you regardless of how you would like to move forward. This page includes a list of organisations that support those who have experience anti-LGBTQ+ hate crime.
GALOP is an LGBT anti-abuse charity. They provide support and advise to those who have experience LGBT hate crime. They also run an LGBT+ Hate Crime Helpline 020 7704 2040. Visit their website for more information.
Stonewall housing provide supported housing for LGBT people. You can find more information about Stonewall Housing by visiting their website.
METRO provides many services for LGBT people, including hate crime services for those living in Lewisham and Greenwich. Information about which can be found on their website.
ELOP are a holistic LGBT+ centre offering a range of social, emotional and support services to LGBT+ communities. Visit their website for more information.
Yorkshire and Humber:
Yorkshire MESMAC is one of the oldest and largest sexual health organisations in the country. They offer services to various communities across Yorkshire, including men who have sex with men and LGBT+ young people and adults. Visit their website for more information.
South West England:
The Intercom Trust
North West England:
LGBT Foundation provides support to LGBT people to increase their skills, knowledge and self-confidence to improve and maintain their health and wellbeing. Visit their website to find out more.
The LGBT hate crime website contains a wide range of resources for those who have experienced or want to support someone who has experienced anti-LGBT hate crime.
You can also report hate crimes directly to the police.