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About Us

Survivors Manchester is a survivor-led/survivor-run voluntary organisation that aims to create and facilitate a safe space for male survivors of sexual abuse and rape to work through personal and sometimes painful issues. Our work is concentrated on empowering men to make their own positive life choices and begin their own unique journey of healing. Being in contact with other survivors allows one to feel less isolated; feel connected and break the silence and legacy of abuse.

We work with guys however they want us to, the important thing is that they are in control of their journey; with support they can work out what it is they need; and they can help themselves to become the person they really want to be and not what they think others want them to be and so begin a journey of supported discovery and self-healing.

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In order to help and support Survivors create a safe space, Survivors Manchester is unable to work with or offer any assistance to sexual offending adults.

We fundamentally believe in working ethically and are committed to, and adhere to, working within the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy.

A copy of the document can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking here.

We are also a member of The Survivors Trust – a national umbrella organisation for all voluntary services working with victims and survivors of rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse.

Articles of Association

As a company (Company No: 06811096) and registered charity (Charity No: 1144941), Survivors Manchester is constituted by a governing document known as the ‘Articles of Association’. Please click on the PDF below to download a copy.
Articles of Association

Mission Statement:

To break the silence of the sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation of boys and men in order to empower those affected to defeat the legacy of abuse to move towards positive futures

Organisation Aims:

  1. To promote and protect the good health of male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation; alongside those affected by male sexual violation; across Greater Manchester and throughout England & Wales.
  2. To provide evidence based therapeutic support services to male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation; alongside those affected by male sexual violation; across Greater Manchester and throughout England & Wales.
  3. To provide qualified counsellors, psychotherapists, specialist and general support workers to support and advise male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation; ; alongside those affected by male sexual violation; across Greater Manchester and throughout England & Wales; on how to cope with and move beyond their unwanted sexual experiences.
  4. To provide education, training and awareness raising campaigns around the issue of the sexual abuse and violation of males of all ages and backgrounds, whilst continuing to learn from our work and respond effectively to new knowledge and identified needs.

Confidentiality Statement:

Survivors Manchester has a strict confidentiality policy where any information that you give to the staff here will remain confidential within this service. This means that any information you give to us will not be passed on to anyone outside the organisation without your prior knowledge and permission. However, there may be rare occasions when we might have to break confidentiality in the interest of safety – such as, immediate risk to life or the welfare of a child – and we always aim to discuss this with you first, but this cannot be guaranteed.

We may keep written records of, and information regarding, users of this service and reasons for this will always be explained to you first. You have the right to see any information that pertains to you. Please feel free to ask if you wish to see your personal records.

We aim to achieve to create a safe and confidential space for all male survivors of sexual abuse and rape and are always more than happy to discuss any queries or concerns you may have.

Survivors Charter

This charter sets out your rights as a user of this service. We agree that you have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect.
  • Remain anonymous if you wish.
  • Be given information in plain language about services we provide.
  • Know that anything you discuss with a worker is confidential within the service.
  • See any files kept about you.
  • Be seen as quickly as possible.
  • Complain about the service.
  • Tell us how to improve the service.
  • Not be the subject of research without your consent.
  • Not to provide any information which you do not wish to reveal.

Annual Report & Financial Statement

Survivors Manchester has a commitment to organisational transparency as we believe transparency and clarity create trust. So as part of this commitment, we are publishing all our Annual and Financial Reports for public viewing here on our site. Click on the relevant link below to download the specified document.

Current Annual Report: 2016-17


Financial Statement 2016 – 2017


Financial Statement 2014 – 2015


Financial Statement 2014 – 2015


Financial Statement 2013 – 2014
Annual Report 2013 – 2014


Financial Statement 2012 – 2013
Annual Report 2012 – 2013


Financial Statement 2011-2012


Financial Statement 2010-2011
Annual Report 2010-2011


Financial Statement 2009-2010

Contact Us

If you would like to find out more information on the organisation, feel you could help us or your looking for help, please do get in contact. You can do this in three different ways:

A: P.O Box 4325, Manchester, M61 0BG (Please be advised this is not the office address, contact the number below for office location)
T: 0161 236 2182 (24hr Voicemail)
F: 0161 839 8454

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