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Contact Our Friendly Team For Support

We are here to listen to, support and believe you.

Self-Referrals

Support for people who have experienced sexual violence and their families and carers:

You can call our Helpline on 0115 941 0440 during the times below. When you call us, we will be able to listen to and support you and guide you to the best services for you.

DayOpensClosesOpensCloses
Monday10am1pm4:30pm7:30pm
Tuesday10am1pm4:30pm7:30pm
Wednesday10am1pm4:30pm7:30pm
Thursday10am1pm4:30pm7:30pm
Friday10am1pm4:30pm7:30pm
Saturday10am1pm
Sunday10am1pm

May and June Bank Holidays:

The helpline will be closed on the bank holidays falling on May 2nd and on June 2nd and 3rd.  It will be open as usual on all other days, including the weekends.

Outside of these opening hours, you can leave a message on our answerphone (which also provides details of other services) or you can phone the 24hr Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline on 0808 800 0340.  You can click here to get a full list of our resources.

You can self-refer into our services using the form below.

Alternatively, you can phone 0115 947 0064 and select options as follows:
Option 1 for Helpline and the Hub or if you are a new client wishing to access our services
Option 2 for ISVA and Survivors’ Support Services
Option 3 for the Admin Office and any other queries

(if we are not able to take your call please leave a message on the answerphone  with a contact number and we will call you back as soon as possible)

Contact Information for Professionals

If you are a professional, you can refer survivors into our service by phoning the Helpline on 0115 941 0440 or by using the link below

Email: dutysupervisor@nottssvss.org.uk (service enquiries only)

Media: media@nottssvss.org.uk

Admin Email: admin@nottssvss.org.uk

Where to find us

Main Office
30 Chaucer Street
Nottingham
NG1 5LP

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