National Netreach Progr...

National Netreach Programme

Womens Services

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Introduction to Service

The Netreach team are sat within Changing Lives Exploitation, Survival Sex and Sex Work Projects nationally (GAP/MAP, York Women’s Centre, Amber, Iris and Red Umbrella). The team offer a range of support from brief intervention and advice to 1-1 consistent support. The support we offer is person-centred and led by the individual depending on their support needs and wishes.

The National Netreach 3 year programme is funded by the Home Office, under the Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) and Supporting Children (PVSC): What Works Funding (WWF). 

Key Information

We offer:

  • An online presence via sex worker forums and social media
  •  Outreach to people online selling sex/sexual services/sexual content online – offer support as well as advice and other support pathways e.g. sexual health
  • Support victims of online harms and tech abuse e.g. Intimate Image Abuse / ‘Revenge Porn’ / ‘Sextortion’
  • Data collection & Research
  • Gather intelligence and identify local and national trends
  • Build partnerships with academics, statutory agencies and other support services
  • Raise awareness of online harms and tech abuse

How to access

The services can be accessed via self-referral or professional referral. Contact for further information.

How to contact

For referrals and enquiries, get in touch at

For support in these local areas, use the contact details below:

North East – 07936946406 -

North and South Yorkshire – 07384671016 -

Merseyside – 07814218612 -

West Midlands - 07562642761 –

Are you eligible?

The service provides support for men and women 16+ based in Northumbria, Durham Darlington, York, Doncaster, Liverpool, Wolverhampton and Walsall.

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