Office to support victims of child sex abuse opens in London

PUBLISHED: 11:25 14 November 2016 | UPDATED: 11:25 14 November 2016

The new office is based at a confidential address in London

The new office is based at a confidential address in London


The centre will be open for five weeks from today (November 14)

A centre for victims and survivors of child sexual abuse has opened today (Monday, November 14).

The office in central London is offering people the chance to share their experiences in private sessions at a confidential address.

It is run by The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, which is looking at the extent institutions may have failed to protect children from sexual abuse.

The centre will be open for the next five weeks, closing on December 19.

To book a private session, either call 0800 917 1000, or email

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