A UK charity that provides a free and confidential call-back service for women in the sex industry.
The English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP) is a network of sex workers working both on the streets and indoors campaigning for decriminalisation and safety.
A national organisation that provides greater access to justice and protection for sex workers
An ARCHWay ISVA is a specialist service that can support people involved in or exploited through the sex industry who have experienced rape or sexual assault.
The Liberty project provides outreach, engagement and recovery service to sexually exploited women involved in opportunistic and survival sex work.
Basis Sex Work Project supports female and transgender sex workers living and/or working in Leeds
Provide support for sex workers in Staffordshire.
Changing Lives support women with experience of sex work, survival sex and/or sexual exploitation across the North and Midlands, as the largest national provider of services in communities and in prisons.
CLASH and SHOC provide free and confidential sexual health outreach services for sex workers.
Clinic S offers a free and confidential service to women, men, trans* and gender non-binary individuals, working in the sex or adult entertainment industry.
The Annex is a new project in Loughborough helping to safeguard vulnerable sex workers.
Provide support for adults living in Bradford who are involved, or at risk of being involved in sex work
Provides free and confidential support for women who are sex working in Greater Manchester
The Men’s Room is an arts & health charity supporting men and trans people who sex work, are homeless or both.
Develop and deliver services for individuals across the North East and beyond involved in all aspects of the sex industry. Their website provides research, resources and an extensive sex worker-friendly service directory.
A free and confidential advice service in East London for people working in the sex industry.
POW Nottingham supports the rights of sex workers and those at risk of being exploited
SWOP Sussex (Sex Workers’ Outreach Project) is for women who live or sex work in Sussex.
Open to both street-based sex workers and other vulnerable and socially isolated women.
The SAFE project is a sexual health service for people who work, have worked or may start working in the commercial sex industry across Birmingham and Solihull.
Encompass is a Scottish network of agencies working with people at risk of becoming involved in, who are currently involved in, or who have exited selling or exchanging sexual activity.
NUMbrella Lane is a safe, collective space located in central Glasgow that seeks to create opportunities to strengthen mental health, wellbeing and community support for sex workers.
Chrysalis Sex Work Project provides a range of additional services to people engaged in sex work