What do if you are the target of homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment
EACH provides a free and confidential, homophobic or transphobic incident reporting service covering the United Kingdom. If you have been the target of homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment you can call our freephone Helpline on 0808 1000 143 or scroll this section to the bottom and use our online self-reporting form to receive the same support.
Will you tell my school, college or my parents if I ring you?
No. EACH is a registered charity that is completely independent. No-one else has access to any personal information you choose to give us without your consent as long as you reassure us you don't intend to harm yourself or someone else.
Who will answer my call?
Trained staff who will listen to you, provide you with professional, confidential guidance and decide, with you, the best course of action. If they are busy speaking to another caller or with a client, and your call cannot be taken, please call again within our designated hours or scroll this section to the bottom and use our online reporting form.
Are Helpline calls free?
Calls are free from landlines, payphones and most mobiles. Our number should not appear on a landline bill when the call is free. Calls from some mobiles operators will be chargeable but you will be told this by your mobile service provider before your call comes through to us.
How does your help work?
The closer to us you are the more comprehensive our help can be. If you're a long way away we’ll signpost you to the most relevant agency in your area able to help you.
Volunteering with EACH
Do you have time to volunteer on a regular basis with EACH? It’s an excellent way to provide a positive contribution to the work of the charity whilst gaining new experience, boosting your confidence and enhancing your CV. Office volunteers have consistently been a vital part of our work. Here's just some of the things which might appeal to you: