Men and Boys
If you’re concerned about buying sex or somebody else buying sex

If you are concerned …… or the behaviour of others, contact the Men's Development Network.
Some men who have paid for sex describe having negative feelings as a result, including ambivalence, guilt and shame. Contacting the Men’s Development Network will allow you to talk to one of our team in confidence about these feelings.

Email here or telephone: 00-353-51-844260/1
Women and Girls
If you are in debt, isolated or just want to change your life

Across Ireland there is a comprehensive range of supports available to victims of prostitution and sex trafficking. If you need safe, FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL help or support click here for a full range of information and services.

Get Help – Republic of Ireland

If you are in the Republic of Ireland text REACH to 50100.

Ruhama is a Dublin-based NGO which works on a national level with women affected by prostitution. Contact: Text REACH to 50100 (a free text) or call 01 836 0292 (Monday-Friday: 9.00-17.00)

The Women’s Health Service (HSE) Baggot Street Clinic,19 Haddington Road, Dublin 4 Contact: 01 6699515 or 086 859 0736 – phone, text or drop-in – no appointment needed
Get Help – Northern Ireland

If you are in Northern Ireland text REACH to 077 97 805839

Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland, 028 9024 9041, 24 hour helpline 0800 917 1414,

Migrant Help, 077 6666 8781 or 013 0420 3977,

Legal advice – Law Centre NI, Belfast Office phone: 028 9024 4401, Derry/Londonderry Office phone: 028 7126 2433

Accommodation - Housing Executive (NI) phone: 034 4892 0900 or Simon Community phone: 0800 171 2222
See for more information.