We understand that sometimes people feel more comfortable accessing services which specialise in supporting those from particular communities, cultures, or require certain adjustments in order to support their own personal needs.

Please don't feel limited by the services listed below, and if you feel that you cannot find a support service that is applicable to you- either disclose using the Report with Details tool, or use the Talk To Us tool, and the Report and Support team will be happy to search for additional services. 

Internal Support

External Support

General Support:
  • Jewish Care: offer different services for Jewish people who are experiencing emotional difficulties and distress or coping with mental health problems. Such as housing, rehabilitation centres, employment and support groups. 
  • Muslim Youth Helpline: is a charity which provides faith and culturally sensitive services to young Muslim people in the UK. 
  • Nour: provides Islamic support and advice through Islamic advisors (male and female) who are from a range of different Islamic schools of thought.
  • The Sikh Helpline: established over 25 years ago, The Sikh Helpline has developed itself to be a trusted point of contact for members of the community in dealing with a range of issues, especially those linked to cultural and social taboos. 
  • The Quran for Hospitals Project: is a scheme providing Quran speakers to hospitals in the UK. You can donate or request speakers.
  • Union of Jewish Students: are the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students, spanning 67 Jewish Societies (J-Socs) on campuses across the UK and Ireland. 
Domestic and Sexual Violence:
  • Jewish Women’s Aid: provides confidential, accessible, empowering and culturally sensitive advocacy and support for Jewish women and children affected by domestic violence. 
  • Muslim Women’s Network: operate a national specialist faith and culturally sensitive helpline that is confidential and non-judgemental, which offers information, support, guidance and referrals for those who are suffering from or at risk of abuse or facing problems on a range of issues. 
Mental Health: 
  • Being Alongside: a national Christian-based voluntary association that recognises the importance of spiritual values and support in mental health. 
  • Jami UK: Jami is the specialist provider of mental health services in the Jewish community.
  • Mental Health 4 Muslims:  is an American website that give information about mental health issues that are both clinically supported and helpful for Islamic people. 
  • Muslim Community Helpline: a national organisation providing listening and emotional support service for members of the Muslim community in the UK. 
  • Sikh Your Mind: aims to increase awareness of mental health difficulties in the Sikh community.
  • Spiritual Crisis Network: recognise the link between mental health and spirituality for some people and have support groups across the country. 
Harassment, Discrimination and Hate Crime:
  • CST: is Community Security Trust, a charity that protects British Jews from antisemitism and related threats. You can report antisemitism directly to CST, as well as receiving psychological support tailored to the Jewish community's needs. 
  • Tell Mama: are an independent, non-governmental organisation which works on tackling anti-Muslim hatred. The MAMA Project will provide a means for such incidents to be reported, recorded and analysed, working to ensure this data is accurate and reliable and the victims and witnesses affected receive support.  

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If you believe that any of these support services should not be promoted or you have a suggestion for an additional support service, please let us know by using the 'Talk to Us' tool. 

Multi-Faith Warwick Communities: 

Societies and staff networks are not support services. However, they do provide a space for people to come together and form supportive communities. 

  • Multi-Faith Staff Network: This Network provides an opportunity for LGBTUA+ staff to meet, share their experiences, discuss related issues, and organise. 

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