Speak Out Scotland – Supporting Scotland’s Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Our primary service is complex trauma therapy for male survivors of in-care and domestic childhood sexual abuse. We also offer supporting services such as Group Therapy, Family Support, Advocacy Work and our Outreach Program.Our Services
SOS was founded in direct response to the lack of services for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse in Scotland. Since our inception, we have developed a range of services that provide support for not only survivors, but families, friends, employers and community groups. However, we remain run by survivors, for survivors.Find out more about us
SOS supports some of the most damaged people in our society and we need your help to make their lives better. Any help in any form is warmly welcomed. Whether you want to make a donation, share some ideas on improving our services, volunteer some time, or even jump out of a plane as part of a fundraising sky dive, we would love to hear from you.See how you can help us
The biggest step to recovery from childhood trauma is deciding you need to change and contacting someone for help. We are waiting to hear from you and your anonymity is is of upmost importance to us. We do not judge, our doors are open to anyone and from experience, we can promise you that there is life after abuse. If you need support, more information,or just need someone to talk to, please don't hesitate and get in touch.How to reach us
NEW! Wellbeing App
Force For Good
Following our recent collaboration with JPMorgan and their Force For Good program, we are delighted to announce that our Wellbeing App is ready to use. Just click the button below to get going!
Track your wellbeing
The App makes tailored recommendations for self-help resources following the completion of a wellbeing questionnaire. After completing 3 questionnaires, the App will display your progress graphically and track this overtime.
If you have any resources that you know work, let us know and we can add them for use by others.
‘The Promise Scotland’ is responsible for delivering the changes demanded by the Independent Care Review.
SOS are working with The Promise and a range of other organisations on a very challenging, but vitally important project. We are learning more about the specific needs of children and young adults with care experience, while developing best practice in terms of treatment and services.
If you are a care-experienced, suffered childhood trauma and are seeking help, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We would also love to hear from anyone who can contribute in terms of experience and knowledge.
Help Us Help Others
At SOS, we believe that survivors should not be denied help on the basis of affordibility. We also believe there should be no restriction on the duration of therapy or the number of sessions. We therefore offer free, open-ended support. To do this, we rely on the generosity of others, so if you can spare a few £'s, please use the donation button below.
Speak Out Scotland [SCIO], 54 Cook Street, Glasgow G5 8NJ Scottish CharityNo. SC048280, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). Company number CS003341