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Support and help

There are several places you can turn if you need advice, support, or help. This is a selection of organisations you can contact.

Is it an emergency?

In an emergency, always call the national emergency number, 112.

Ungarelationer.se

Provides targeted support and information for you under the age of 20 who is being abused in a relationship, is a friend of someone who is, or is the abuser. The chat is open every night between 20:00–22:00.

Website: www.ungarelationer.se

Unizon’s girls’ and youth shelters

Website: www.unizonjourer.se/ung

Roks girls’ shelters

Supports and helps you who define as a girl or woman between ages 8 and 30. All who work at Roks girls’ shelters are girls and women. You can chat, email, or call anonymously. 

Website: www.rokstjejjourer.se

Ungasjourer.se

A website where you can find all girls’ shelters, trans shelters, boys’ shelters, and youth shelters. You as a child, young person, or young adult can chat with, email, or call them anonymously.

Website: www.ungasjourer.se

Killar.se

Killar is a support chat operated by the organisation MÄN and targets all who defines as male between ages 10 and 20. The chat is open Sunday through Thursday, 19:00–21:00.

Website: www.killar.se

Social Services in your municipality

The municipality has a legal obligation to protect all victims of crime and especially abused women and children, according to Chapter 5, Section 11 of the Social Services Act. You are entitled to receive help from the municipality regardless of the type of violence you are exposed to. This applies regardless of whether you have filed a police report, or whether the violence is serious enough in the eyes of the law that someone can be punished for it in a court of law. Contact information can be found on your municipality’s website. You can also visit the website Koll på soc, which provides information for children and young people on what type of support and protection you can get and how to contact Social Services in your municipality.

Sweden’s National Women’s Helpline (Kvinnofridslinjen)

A national helpline for you who have been a victim of threats, physical, psychological, or sexual violence. Family members or friends can also call. The helpline is open around the clock. The call is free of charge and you can be anonymous.

Website: www.kvinnofridslinjen.se
Phone: +46 (0)20-50 50 50

Choose to stop (Välja att sluta)

A national helpline for you who want to change a controlling or violent behaviour. You can also contact them if you are a victim of violence or have questions on anger or violence.

Website: www.valjattsluta.se
Phone: +46 (0)20-555 666

UMO

UMO is an online youth clinic for everyone between the ages of 13 and 25. Here, you can learn about the human body, sex, relationships, mental health, alcohol and drugs, self-esteem and much more. You can also find a clinic near you and ask a personal question.

Website: www.umo.se

Youmo

A website with sections of UMO in several languages.

Website: www.youmo.se

Bris

Contact Bris if you are under 18 and in need of support. You can call or chat with a counsellor. Phone and chat are available around the clock.

Website: www.bris.se
Phone: 116 111

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