Global & Programme Related Organisations

Please find below support organisations that have featured in specific programming. Scroll down to find a programme, or for a list of all support topics please visit our main menu using the link below.

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Support for selected programmes can be found by scrolling further down this page, or please visit the main menu using the link above.


Help Refugees
Help Refugees fills the gaps and act where others don’t. That could mean Search & Rescue boats or providing food or safe, secure long-term housing.

Human Rights Watch
An independent organisation dedicated to defending and protecting human rights.

Jewish Care
Support service for survivors who were in Europe during the war or those who came to the UK as refugees after. Also supports Jewish refugees from former Yugoslavia.

Holocaust Educational Trust
Educating young people from every background about the Holocaust and the important lessons to be learned for today.

Amnesty International
Amnesty International campaign against violations of human rights

Save The Children
Save The Children work across 120 countries to help save children’s lives as well as fight for the rights of children.

UNICEF work with partner organisations in over 190 countries and territories working specifically for children and their rights.


Rescue and protection of neglected or badly treated animals; promoting animal welfare.
Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999 (lines open 24 hours a day)

League Against Cruel Sports
Against cruelty to animals within sport.
Wildlife Crimewatch Line: 01483 361 108 (line open Monday – Friday 9am- 5pm)

People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals



St John Ambulance
St John Ambulance provide first aid and health and safety training.

British Red Cross
First aid courses for members of the public and workplaces.

St Andrews First Aid
First Aid training and support for Scotland.



Naz and Matt Foundation – London
Working to support LGBTQI individuals, their friends and families when religion based homophobia is affecting their lives.

Working in partnership with other organisations Autistica is a charity that funds and campaigns for research into autism.

Dementia Care Matters
Dementia Care Matters provide consultancy, learning development, training resources and practice based research.

The website of The Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (UK) contains a searchable list of members working across the UK.



Below are a selection links to pages featuring support organisations for Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me.

Support for child abuse and grooming can be found on the Child Abuse or Harm support page

Support for suicidal feelings can be found on the Depression and Suicidal Feelings support page

Support for Anxiety can be found on the Mental Health support page

Support for issues with alcohol can be found on the Alcohol support page, all other support can be found via the Main Menu


Support information for anyone affected by child abuse, including historic child abuse, can be found HERE.  Support information for rape and sexual abuse can be found HERE and family breakdown support can be found HERE


Below is support information for Save Well, Spend Better.Further information about relationships, hardship and other issues can be found via our main menu.

Relate provide counselling, mediation, and other services to help individuals, couples and families with relationship difficulties. They work face-to-face, online and on the phone.
Find local contact details here

If you’re feeling emotionally distressed and need someone to talk to, you can phone at any time of day or night.
Helpline: 116 123 (lines open 24 hours, free and does not appear on telephone billing)

Citizens Advice Bureau - CAB
The Citizens Advice Bureau offer advice across a variety of issues including debt. Further information is available online about where to find a local office.


For support information about issues featured in For Sama please click on Immigration, PTSD, or alternatively visit the Main Menu.  Humanitarian support can be found below and for more information about the documentary please visit


Below is a selection of support for our drama Pure; additional support can be found via the Main Menu

Made of Millions
Made of Millions is a support based initiative co-founded by Rose Cartwright, whose novel inspired the drama Pure.

If you’re feeling emotionally distressed and need someone to talk to, you can phone at any time of day or night.
Helpline: 116 123 (lines open 24 hours, free and does not appear on telephone billing)

Mind offer information and support for all aspects of mental health. Details for local branches of MIND are online or by calling the MindinfoLine.
Helpline: 0300 123 3393 (lines open Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm)

OCD UK support anyone affected by Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and their family and friends.
Adviceline: 03332 127890 (lines open Mondays - Fridays 10am - 4pm)

OCD Action
OCD Action provide support advice for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and related disorders.
Helpline: 0845 390 6232 (lines open Mondays - Fridays 10am - 8pm)

For more information about mental health issues and obsessive compulsive behaviour please visit the mental health support page.

There is additional information for alcohol support, relationship support and sexual health.


Support information for terrorism related issues can be found by the following links:

Terrorism and National Security:

Counter Terrorism Policing

Let’s talk about it
Information on prevent, the home office strategy which works with local authorities, government departments, community organisations and the police to prevent all forms of terrorism and extremism.

Government policy on Counter Terrorism

Terrorism threat levels

UK action to combat Daesh

Advice and information from the Met Police

Terrorism in the UK - advice and information

Anti-Terrorist Hotline



Families provide long-term love, care and support for their disabled relatives, and speak up for them. Even when people leave home, they do not leave the family. Families continue to offer a lifetime of involvement and support, and know a great deal about their relative's needs and wishes, likes and dislikes. When the service and support for a relative go wrong, it can be very difficult for families to deal with. They may be faced with a barrage of information and decisions to take, as well as coming to terms with what has happened. If you are concerned about your relative's care you may contact your relative's care manager to address issues. Any safeguarding concerns may be raised with your local safeguarding team, who can be contacted via social services. It is important that families know where they can find impartial information, and find out what support is available to them. Here is a list of organisations and links that you may find useful:

Ann Craft Trust
Advice for anyone concerned with the protection of vulnerable children and adults.
Helpline: 0115 9515400 (lines open Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-4pm)

Challenging Behaviour Foundation
Support on challenging behaviour associated with severe learning disabilities and related problems.
Information line: 0300 666 0126 (lines open Monday- Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-3pm)

Disability Law Service
Free advice on community care law for disabled people and their carers.
Helpline: 0207 791 9800 (lines open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm)

Advice and information on issues relevant to people with learning disabilities and their families.
Advice line: 0808 808 1111 (lines open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm)

The National Autistic Society – NAS
The NAS provide information, support and services to people with Autism or Asperger Syndrome, as well as their families and carers.
Helpline: 0808 800 4104 (lines open Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm, Friday 9am- 3pm)

Working with children and adults with learning disabilities who have experienced abuse or trauma, as well as those who have abused others.

Supporting people with learning difficulties throughout England.

If you’re feeling emotionally distressed and need someone to talk to, you can phone at any time of day or night.
Helpline: 116 123 (lines open 24 hours, free and does not appear on telephone billing)

Support Line
Offering emotional support to all ages on any issue.
Helpline: 01708 765200


Here at Channel 4 we stand up for diversity and inclusion.

Unfortunately not everyone agrees with us and one of the dark sides of this can be abuse posted online. To shine a light on this behaviour Channel 4 has partnered with a few of our advertisers to show examples of real abuse received online. This abuse was posted against real people featured in advertisements.

Fortunately examples like those featured in this campaign are posed by a minority, but we ask - if face to face abuse of this kind is not tolerated in our society, is it right that it should be online? If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this campaign there is support available through the links below:

The Cybersmile Foundation
Support for anyone affected by online bullying.

True Vision (opens in a new window) 
Information on hate crime and how to report it.

Bullying UK
Bullying UK offer information on all types of bullying including workplace, school and via text messages.
Parent Helpline: 0808 800 222 (lines open: Monday – Friday 9am -9pm, Weekends 10am -3pm)

Support for victims of any type of hate crime including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobia, transphobia, age-based or gender-based.
Helpline: 0800 171 2272 (lines open Monday – Friday 9.15am – 5.15pm)

Stop Hate UK
Reporting and support for anyone affected by a hate crime or discrimination.
Helpline: 0800 138 1625 (lines open 24 hours a day)

The Mix
Support via helpline and confidential 1-2-1 chat to young people (up to 25) affected by hate crime. 
Helpline: 0808 808 4994 (lines open 4pm - 11pm)  
1-2-1 chat (every day 4pm – 11pm)

Report abuse on Facebook

Report abuse on Twitter