The EASS can provide support and guidance related to equality and human rights issues. The service is free and accessible via a variety of methods, including BSL and offers access to advocacy.
CSREC exists and works to promote equality; fight hate crime and discrimination; foster good relations and build partnerships in the Forth Valley area. This includes a free and confidential Support and Advice Service.
They are also a Third Party Reporting Centre, where you can anonymously report hate crimes to the Police.
Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks) provides counselling support to victims of anti-Muslim hate or Islamophobia in addition to the casework, emotional support, legal signposting anti-Muslim hatred or Islamophobia.
The Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline is for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional well-being. They support people to explore the right options for themselves.
The Victim Information and Advice Service can help if you're a victim of a crime by giving you information on how the criminal justice system works and what you can expect, keeping you updated with the progress of your case, and putting you in touch with other support services for victims and their families.