Sexual Health Services
in London and Surrey

Drugs and alcohol, mental health, domestic abuse and sexual assault

Support after sexual assault

To get advice and / or arrange forensic examination at a specialist centres 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, please visit the websites listed below to find out which service is best for you. These organisations also offer services such as counselling and anonymous discussions with specially-trained police.

If you live in London, visit The Havens website to find your nearest service or you can call on 020 3299 6900

If you live in Surrey, you can contact the Surrey Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) in Cobham on 01932 867581 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) or 0300 130 3038 (out-of-hours).

In an emergency, or if you need to report an assault, please call the police on 999.

Mental health wellbeing and support

General mental health wellbeing and support

Mental health wellbeing and support for patients attending HIV/hepatitis service

Support if you or someone else is experiencing domestic abuse

The government acknowledges that the order to stay at home can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is unacceptable in any situation, no matter what stresses you are under.

Where to get help
If you are in danger and unable to talk on the phone, call 999 and then press 55. This will transfer your call to the relevant police force who will assist you without you having to speak.

National Domestic Abuse Helpline
The National Domestic Abuse Helpline website provides guidance and support for potential victims, as well as those who are worried about friends and loved ones. They can also be called, for free and in confidence, 24 hours a day on 0808 2000 247. The website also has a form through which women can book a safe time for a call from the team. The website has a quick exit button to allow you to close the website without anyone knowing you have visited it.

Further support please use link

Useful information (leaflet and links)

Alcohol, smoking, drugs and chemsex

Domestic abuse