Get help and support if you need it now
The GOGL programme is designed to provide a roadmap for you to recover from an abusive relationship. The programme is intentionally takes you on your own unique journey to suit your pace, giving you time to reflect and process your experiences.
However, if you feel you need immediate help and support we would recommend contacting the following organisations:
Organisations that can help
Help and support however is available right now if you need it, for most countries. You do not have to struggle with your feelings alone.
Below are free helplines, in the UK, where you can speak to someone when you're feeling alone and desperate. We suggest you search the internet for similar, for your own country - if you are not in the UK
0808 2000 247
For Women and children. Free, confidential 24 hours helpline.
for Male victims of Domestic abuse. Free, confidential.
Mon-Fri 10am - 8pm
For Male Victims of Domestic Abuse.
call 01823 334244 for confidential help and support
LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline 0800 999 5428
Mental Health support :
If you are struggling with your mental health talk to someone you trust.
Let family or friends know what's going on for you. They may be able to offer support and help keep you safe or talk to your GP.
If you feel at risk of suicide and need support click here
Mental health support and information
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) – for men
Call 0800 58 58 58 – 5pm to midnight every day
Visit the webchat page
Papyrus – for people under 35
Hopelink Call 0800 068 41 41 – Monday to Friday 9am to 10pm, weekends and bank holidays 2pm to 10pm
Text 07860 039967
for children and young people under 19
Information & support for sexual abuse :
If you need information or support for sexual abuse/assault: