• Welcome to Survivors Manchester

    Come and visit us at Deva City

  • Making a referral

    Are you a professional wanting
    to make a referral?

    Click here
  • ISVA Service Available

    We offer confidential support, information practical and emotional support for boys and men affected by sexual violence, experienced in the past or present, that are considering reporting to the police.

    Find out more
  • Fundraising ideas

    Get some inspiration for fund-raising by checking out our past events below.

    Fundraising
  • Welcome to Survivors Manchester

    Come and visit us at Deva City

  • Making a referral

    Click here to male a professional referral

  • ISVA Service Available

    Find out more

  • Fundraising ideas

    Get your fundraising inspiration here

A very warm & safe welcome
to Survivors Manchester

Whatever you may be thinking and although you may feel it, we can guarantee 100% that you are not alone… just being here proves that. We also understand how much courage it may take to access our website, whether that’s for the first time or as a return visitor. With this in mind, we want to try and make this space as safe, useful and supportive as possible. We hope you realise this, we want to acknowledge it anyway, but you’ve made a big step towards healing and breaking free from the legacy of abuse.

You really are an inspiration and if you’re sat there reading this then that is evidence enough… it says a lot about how you’re thinking about, and are, breaking the silence.

The site has been designed to provide you with various kinds of information, help and support, from downloadable self-help guides to ways of contacting us and connecting with other men.

So take your time to have a look around. Read what you can but do it in your own time, remember you’re in control now – there’s no rush.

Think of our website as the front door. Some people just hang outside first and then when ready will come in. Other’s ‘knock on the door’ and come in straight away.

There is no right or wrong way to get support from us but if you do feel its time to ‘come in’ see how you can get in touch.

To help you be more familiar with our set up, we’ve listed our opening times, contact details and provided a downloadable map, all with the intention of assisting you to feel in control of your engagement with us. Click here to get all the contact information you need.

Opening Hours

Mon, Wed, Fri
9.00am – 6.00pm
(Last appointment at 5.00pm)

Tuesday
9.00am – 8.00pm
(Last appointment at 7.00pm)

Thursday
9.00am – 8.30pm
(Last appointment 7.30pm)

National Male Survivor Helpline

0808 800 5005

  • Mon, Wed, Fri: 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Tues & Thurs: 8.00am – 8.00pm
  • Saturday: 10.00am – 2.00pm

Need help out of hours?

If you want to speak to someone outside of these times, the Samaritans are their for you on 116 123. If you don’t feel able to keep yourself safe, please call 999 for free or go to your local A&E.

Please know that we want you to be safe.

Looking to make a Referral?

Call us on 0161 236 2182 or if you’re a professional wanting to make a referral please click here

Help for Females

Are you a female survivor?

Visit our dedicated page, created by our good friends at Manchester Rape Crisis.
Find it here

Help for Young People

Are you aged 13 – 18?

The most important thing to us is you’re okay and can get the right support. Find it here

Stakeholders & Fundraisers

Helpline: 0808 800 5005

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