Survivors Network

  • Counselling

  • ISVA support (advocacy through the Criminal Justice system)

  • Helpline

  • Drop-in (currently closed due to covid)

  • Groupwork

  • Young Person’s Outreach Worker – offers 1-to-1 support to young people aged 13-18

  • Welcome Team – offers general support to survivors

  • Online support resources  


Our Helpline is open every Wednesday 12-2pm on 07928 818130 / 07526 074 753 or you can email any day on – we’ll respond on Monday or Wednesday between 12-2pm.


You can self-refer through our website, or by calling or emailing the office, for our Counselling and ISVA support. You do not need a referral for the Helpline.

Age Range

Advocacy: 0 upwards ** Counselling: 14-18 (and for self-identified women aged 18+) ** Helpline for survivors: 14+ ** Drop-in is for self-identified female survivors aged 16+

Contact Information

Helpline: 07928 818130 / 07526 074 753 (Open every Wednesday 12-2pm) General enquiries: 01273 203380

General enquiries:

More information


Address: Survivors’ Network, 6a Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE

Our Office is open 9-5pm Monday to Friday.


Our office is in the centre of Brighton, just a 15-minute walk from the train station. Pavilion Buildings is a pedestrian road off the bottom of North Street opposite the East Street taxi rank. 

Our office, drop-in and counselling rooms are located above the Italian restaurant, ‘Al Duomo’.  The entrance is located between ‘Al Duomo’ and the Pavilion Tea Rooms, opposite ‘All Bar One’. You press a buzzer to ask to be let in by a staff member.

All local buses travelling into the city stop on North Street, less than 50 yards away. The closest car park is the Lanes Car Park which can be accessed from Black Lion Street.


We welcome people with disabilities to use our service. Please get in touch with us if you have any access or communication needs and we will seek to accommodate these.



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