Many of us have been damaged by wrongful allegations of abuse. We support each other and reach out to innocent victims of false allegations to offer support.
How We Can Help
We offer help for the falsely accused through our helpline, by email, and with our conferences.
The Suffering of the Innocent
The suffering of the falsely accused can be worse than a bereavement.
I went into a state of shock for some weeks after my arrest… I suffered from depression, suicidal thoughts, self-harming, fear, immense anger against the police and my accuser and anger at the lack of support from anyone in authority
About False Allegations of Abuse
If you have been a victim of a false allegation, or you find it difficult to believe that wrongful allegations really happen, here is a collection of articles and research documents.
Struggling to Cope?
We understand, we have been there too. Here are some coping strategies to help the falsely accused.
You can also phone our Helpline on 0333 335 5827 (open 24/7) for legal advice, or contact FACT for support on 0333 335 5934 between 10 am and 4 pm. Consider phoning the Samaritans on 116 123 if your need is urgent.
FACT News Blog
Find more posts, separated into subject matter, in our main blog section
FACT Needs Your Help
We rely on donations to provide our support to the innocent victims of wrongful allegations. Any little help is appreciated.
You can become a member, an associate member or a friend of FACT. Find out more about joining here.
We are always grateful for volunteers to help with our work. If you think this could be you, email firstname.lastname@example.org