When you report about sexual abuse, you should refer to the nationwide offers of help provided by UBSKM, e.g. as part of a reference text or a binder or by including / inserting the Sexual Abuse Help Portal or Sexual Abuse Telephone Helpline logos in your report.
“When the media report about child sexual abuse, they should always point out the existing Help Services. These reports remind many people who call us of their own history and they now ask for support. Also people who assume or suspect child sexual abuse is taking place and now encouraged through these reports do call us for help. If you don't know where you can to turn to, you will be left feeling all alone and the children will not be helped. The media have a really important role to play in the Help System”.
Head of the Sexual Abuse Telephone Helpline
Are you worried about a child or looking for help and support for yourself? - The Sexual Abuse Help Portal will enable you to find confidential and professional help per phone, online counselling, chatting or through a private conversation.
Are you worried about a child or looking for help and support for yourself? - Talk about it. The Sexual Abuse Help Portal will enable you to find confidential and professional help by phone, online counselling, chatting or through a private conversation with professionals who specialise in the sexual violence against children and adolescents issue.
More information about help offers:
More information about Help Services for survivors of sexualised violence during childhood or adolescence can be found here:
The Sexual Abuse Telephone Helpline is under the professional management of N.I.N.A. e. V.
Send press enquiries to the Telephone Helpline staff at: firstname.lastname@example.org